transaction booksnPEOPLE IN SPACEnPOLICY PERSPECTIVES FOR A “STAR WARS” CENTURYn}ames Everett Katz, editornForward by Hans MarknU.S. military strategy, particularly the “Star Wars” scenarios, has generatednrenewed interest in outer space. The implications for the security of nationsnon Earth and other emerging space policy problems are examined innthis volume. People in Space is organized into three sections following annoverview by Katz; military activities in space, civilian activities in space, andnspace as a sociological phenomenon.nThe authors treat the human uses-of outer space as endeavors wherein ordinarynpolicy and sociological processes take place. They offer perspectivesnon how space policy ought to be and is being formed. Space policy is a new,noften emotionally charged field, laden with conflicting ideas, values, andnworldviews.nContents: James Everett Katz, “American Space Policy at the Crossroads”;nHarrison H. Schmitt, “Space and the Preservation of Freedom”; Robert W.nBuchheim, “Arms Control Measures, Current and Potential, Applicable tonSatellites and Their Uses”; Thomas Blau and Daniel Goure, “Space Militarizationnand the Maintenance of Deterrence”; Harry H. Almond, Jr., “SpacenMilitarization and International Law”; Marcia S. Smith, “United StatesnInternational Space Activities”; Joseph N. Pelton, “The Proliferation ofnCommunication Satellites: Gold Rush in the Clarke Orbit”; Jurgen Hauslernand Georg Simonis, “Underdevelopment Via Satellite: The Interests of thenGerman Space Industry in Developing Countries and Their Consequences”;nJean-Louis Magdelenat, “The Controversy over Remote Sensing”; NathannC. Goldman, “Blue Moon Treaty: Reflections on the Proposed Moon Treaty,nSpace Law, and the Future”; William D. Bainbridge, “Beyond BureaucraticnPolicy: The Spaceflight Movement”; James Everett Katz, “The Social Forcesnbehind Technological Change and Space Policymaking”; Ron Westrum,nDavid Swift, and David Stupple, “Extraterrestrial Intelligence: The SocialnImpact of an Idea”; B.J. Bluth, “The Social Psychology of Space Travel:nUSA/USSR”; George S. Robinson, “Must There Be Space ‘Colonies?’ “nJames Everett Katz is on the faculty of the Lyndon B. Johnson School ofnPublic Affairs, University of Texas, Austin. He is the author of PresidentialnPolitics and Science Policy; Nuclear Power in Developing Countries; Arms Productionnin Developing Countries: and Congress and National Energy Policy.nISBN: 0-88738-052-2 (cloth) $29.95nISBN: 0-88738-609-1 (paper) $14.95nApril 1985 tables 240 pp.nUSE THIS ORDER FORM AND RECEIVE A 20% DISCOUNT ON ALLnPREPAID ORDERSnPlease send me copies of PEOPLE IN SPACEnMelhod ..I ravmentn_ @ $29.95 (cloth) ^ @ $14.95 (paper) ^^•”•””‘”””””‘”” ^°'”” “””r”nQcheck ,ir M.infv Order QBank AmiTicard ur Vi^An. Enclosed is less 20% discount. C.rf ACC„„„, N^ml,, Cred.l tard e.p.rannnDDDDnnnnannnnnnPlease send the books 1 have indicated and bill me at the regular price, signaiurenonSend orders to:nTransaction BooksnDept. PISnRutgers – The State UniversitynICTRT OTATE fflpi New Brunswick, N.J. 08903nnn