Opinion: Congress And The President Need To Unite On A Budget Plan

In the spring of 1961, President John F. Kennedy stood before Congress asking lawmakers to fund the most ambitious plan in U.S. history: putting an American on the Moon. He called for a “major national commitment” that was focused not on the present, but on securing U.S. leadership into the future...

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