JFK’s Real Feelings About the Moon Mission: ‘Eh’

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Recently released recordings of JFK in 1963 reveal that the president who pushed a manned moon landing also worried about the price tag during a time of budget tightening, the lack of any discernible political benefit to the program, and whether it was really any better than just sending some instruments up there. In other words, exactly like the discussion about space exploration today. [AP]