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In the summer of 1969, partly as a race against the Soviets but mostly as a promise to an assassinated President (JFK), the U.S. space program reached the culmination of an amazing journey by landing on the moon. Soon after that first boot print in dusty the lunar surface, a world-famous US flag was erected in the Sea of Tranquility, along with a lunar plaque and a tiny silicon disc. Rahman, in his beautiful coffee table book, tells the story of that disc and the glad tidings of the entire planet that accompanies it. It makes you long for the days of universal harmony.
- from the editors of Best New Writing 2008, Hopewell Productions
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