Big Business in Space

Kefauver, Este; Ryan, Fitts
June 1962
New Republic;6/11/62, Vol. 146 Issue 24, p18
Presents comments made to the article "Big Business in Space," published in April 23, issue of this periodical. Question on placing of communications satellite system under private ownership; Fact that the basic research and development will continue to be done by the U.S. government; Favor of the U.S. Administration proposal to reserve half the capital stock of the corporation for purchase by the American public, rather than give ownership entirely to a consortium of existing communications carriers.


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