In 1961 and American president began a race to the moon by challenging his people to look up. Forty years later, another American president started a new race: the race for security. To compare and contrast the two vast federal undertakings, the Sentinel interviewed dozens of experts and government officials directly involved in homeland security as well as former astronauts and key bureaucrats who ran the moon race.
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