TITLE

Getting Away from It All

AUTHOR(S)
Johnson, Gerald W.
PUB. DATE
January 1962
SOURCE
New Republic;1/22/62, Vol. 146 Issue 4, p15
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Opposes the use of outer space exploration to divert the attention of the U.S. from the serious task of national armament to deal with Soviet communism. Philosophical basis of the recommendation; Reference to Peter Ritner's book on orbital flights and encounter with extraterrestrial beings; Suggestion that space exploration could drain economic resources and prevent the development of armaments.
ACCESSION #
9947502

 

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