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The Moon Is Apolitical

July 31, 1994

I must question your choice of reviewer for the three Apollo 25th Anniversary books ("How High the Sky," July 3). Terry Bisson makes it clear in the first paragraph that his politics are somewhere to the left of Alexander Cockburn, and the piece is sprinkled with asides that are not that relevant to the job at hand. The people most likely to be interested in moon landings 25 years later are "techies" rather than radical leftists. That said, the review does give a good picture of the books, but the political blather was distracting and annoying.

ROBERT L. DAVIS, ALHAMBRA

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