First Place Not Essential for Victory

by Richard S. Winer, M.D.
This week, we have been commemorating the 40th anniversary of man landing on the moon. I remember how everyone was caught up in the so-called "space race" to see who would be the first to the moon. At times, it seemed there was less appreciation for the technical feat and personal courage of those space pioneers than there was for the fact that the United States "won" the race to the moon over the Soviet Union. [Read More]

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