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What did it mean for the U.S. and USSR during the Cold War?

Is the space program still relevant?

Is it worth the cost, considering the growing debt?

How does the space program benefit the U.S. national economy in general?

How does it benefit the world?

Is space exploration the domain of the world’s leading nations?

Instructions
For this assignment, analyze the space race.
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What did it mean for the U.S. and USSR during the Cold War?
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Is the space program still relevant?
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Is it worth the cost, considering the growing debt?
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How does the space program benefit the U.S. national economy in general?
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How does it benefit the world?
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Is space exploration the domain of the world’s leading nations?
Writing Requirements (APA format)
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Length: 2-3 pages (not including title page or references page)
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1-inch margins
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Double spaced
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12-point Times New Roman font
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Title page
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References page
The Cold War ended over a decade before the 21st century began. What was supposed to be a
“Brave New World” free of the threat of nuclear conflict and a long period of peace and
prosperity has been less than what was expected. Yes, communism as a threat to the world and
to the dominance of the United States and capitalism has come to pass, but even though the
threat of war from the USSR never materialized (thankfully) a new threat did rise up to
challenge the U.S. and the West for control. The rise of radical Islamic groups bent on
destroying those they call infidels, especially the United States and Western Europe have
caused more than a little death, destruction, and despair to a world hoping those threats had
ended.
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Option 2: What new problems did the Iraqi War cause for the U.S. and its allies around
the world? What effects has it had on the U.S. economy?

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