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'Whitey on the Moon': Race, Politics, and the death of the U.S. Space Program, 1958 - 1972 Paperback – March 7, 2016
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For me it was a quick (completed it in one night) and compelling read, and somewhat disheartening as it details the downslide of one of the few government agencies that actually worked. Even if you're not a space or manned exploration enthusiast, this book is very informative. Just on the governmental policies and programs that were, and have been put in place and their application , with their good intentions and failed results. It is quite obvious now with 50 years of lackluster results and hindsight of how our tax money (percentage wise) we spent (currently spend) on the space program and the resulting technology & spinoffs we have enjoyed, as opposed to the Trillion$ we have spent on the war on poverty and the Great Society- where the Return On Investment has had the most impact.
If you suffer from Political Correctness, white guilt, or voted for the present white house occupant, etc. This is probably not a book for you. If you have an open mind, willing to listen to other viewpoints- backed up by fact, then you will most likely reach your own logical conclusion of where we once were as a nation and where we currently are and headed. You'll be enlightened......
Not for the PC or the faint of heart.
The editing could have been better.