Op-ed | Space Has Its Place in U.S. Presidential Race
U.S. presidential election cycles are typified by issues such as economics, taxes and national security. Candidates, particularly during the primary cycle, attempt to distinguish themselves from their competitors by focusing disproportionately on a few issues to the detriment of others, which means some issues become overshadowed, unless the media specifically focus on them. One issue that gets little fanfare from the candidates during the primary cycle is space policy.
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