TVA in Space?

Brynes, Asher
July 1962
New Republic;7/2/62, Vol. 147 Issue 1, p11
Criticizes the opposition of U.S. Senator Kefauver and Representative William Fitts Ryan to the Communications Satellite Bill supported by President John F. Kennedy and passed by the House of Representatives in 1962. Argument against the proposition that government ownership should follow from public investment; Reasons for the increased interest of international communications companies in satellite communication; Advantage of long-distance television circuits through the space communications facility to the industry and developed countries.


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