Space exploration: opposing viewpoints

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Charles P. Cozic
Greenhaven Press, Sep 1, 1992 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
Debates the space exploration issues of proper goals of space exploration, which programs should be pursued, the elimination of NASA, and the appropriateness of using space for warfare.

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Contents

Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints?
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Chapter Preface
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The Colonization of Space Should Be a Primary Goal
22
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Charles P. Cozic is an editor of the Opposing Viewpoints, Current Controversies, and At Issue educational series for high school and college students. These series discuss diverse viewpoints of social, cultural, political, and ethical issues facing the U.S. and global communities. Within the Opposing Viewpoint series Cozic has edited the following books: America's Prisons, Global Resources, AIDS, Gangs, and Sexual Values. The Current Controversies series includes the following titles edited by Cozic: Youth Violence, Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict, Politicians and Ethics, Abortion, Illegal Drugs, and others. Some At Issue topics edited by Cozic are The Future of the Internet, Rainforests, and U.S. Policy Toward China. In these books Cozic has carefully selected speeches and articles, and provided bibliographies, contact organizations, and comprehensive indexes.