B. It would be well worth the high cost.
The fact that President Kennedy focuses on giving details of the greatness and innovation that the space program represents and of the equipment that the U.S. possess at the moment, which makes the program achievable, is an indication that his position about the expense of the space program is that, even though there are a substantial human and financial resources mobilized for the program, it would be well worth the high costs.
He began to see a need for national civil right laws.
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The correct answer is D- It would be well worth it.
Explanation: On becoming President, John Kennedy decided that space was not a final frontier, but a new beginning. On taking office in 1961, he increased the budget for NASA right after Alan Shepherd became the first American to into space. Kennedy was quoted as saying, "I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to Earth." Although Kennedy wasn't alive to see it, we did it on July 20, 1969 when
Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon.
B. He began to see a need for national civil rights laws.
President Kennedy opposed civil rights legislation.
John F. Kennedy Space Center is the space port used by NASA to launch rockets.
Soon after the Second World War, a new international confrontation began, but with very particular characteristics. The Cold War polarized the world between followers of capitalism and followers of socialism. The first group was led by the United States and the second by the Soviet Union, both winners of Nazism in the conflict ended in 1945. As the main representations on each side were powerful enough to wreak havoc on the enemy and on humanity, a conflict especially in the ideological field, seeking to demonstrate the superiority of each political-social system. One of the main characteristics of this dispute was the space race, in which those involved ran to discover and conquer the universe faster. In this context, the United States built a missile test area in the Cape Canaveral region in 1949. The location was ideal, as it was close to the Equator and allowed a launch base facing the Atlantic Ocean. In the same year, the first sub-orbital flight took place. In 1951, the Air Force Missile Test Center was established and the first attempt to put a satellite into orbit was in 1957, resulting in a catastrophic explosion. It was not until the following year that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration agency, popularly known as NASA, was founded, which gradually transformed Cape Canaveral into its main launch site.
He began to see a need for national civil rights laws
he was a leader of civil rights then he gor assasinated and then all of the demecrats changed
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