Cover: Foreign Participation in Communications Satellite Systems

Foreign Participation in Communications Satellite Systems

Implications of the Communications Satellite Act of 1962

Published 1963

by M. L. Schwartz, Joseph M. Goldsen

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A discussion of some of the international implications of communication satellite systems. Certain objectives are expected to be in conflict domestically as well as at the international level. The complete text of the Communications Satellite Act (Public Law 87-624) is appended. A discussion of some of the international implications of communication satellite systems. Certain objectives are expected to be in conflict domestically as well as at the international level. The complete text of the Communications Satellite Act (Public Law 87-624) is appended.

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