Thirty and forty years removed now from the debate over Apollo, we look back to a time when
American public support of the space program was uncertain. Skeptics came at their opposition from
varying perspectives. This program looks and talks (with and about) the opponents of the space program,
those who chose to swim against the pro-Apollo tide.
|Washington Goes to the Moon: Against the Tide|
An overview of American life in 1969.
The Space Race
A reference for space enthusiasts.
The debate rages on about the importance and worth of space research.
United Press International explores President George W. Bush's space plan.
Space Exploration: A Pro/Con Issue
by: Sarah Flowers 2000
Examine the debate over funding of the U.S. space program.
One Giant Leap: Neil Armstrong's Stellar American Journey
by: Leon Wagener 2004
The first biography of the first man on the moon.
Selling Outer Space: Kennedy, the Media, and Funding for Project Apollo, 1961-1963
by: James L. Kauffman 1994
The story of Kennedy's battle for the Apollo program against opposition from Congress, the public, and the media.