March 2003
Weekly Reader News - Senior;3/7/2003, Vol. 81 Issue 20, p2
Discusses the destruction of the U.S. space shuttle Columbia. Speculated reasons the shuttle exploded; Expected implication of the shuttle disaster; Percent of Americans who say the shuttle program should continue.


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