Publication Date: April 1991
Publisher: Heritage Foundation (Washington, D.C.)
Author(s): Edward L. Hudgins
Research Area: Science and technology
Keywords: Smart growth
Coverage: United States
The federal government’s space effort is at a point where incremental changes no longer will make it an efficient vehicle with which America can reach its goals in space. Fundamental reorganization is needed.The market system time and again has proved the best means to advance a country’s material and technological progress. It is time for George Bush and the Space Council, with the support of Congress, to begin to make space ventures, like civil aviation, part of the private sector.
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