part in seeing to it that the decision is made on the side of freedom. It is not enough to say that this responsibility rests with our statesmen and diplomats alone. It is not enough to increase, as we should, our pitifully inadequate appropriations for developmental loans, technical assistance, and information. To win this worldwide struggle, our national effort -- just like the Communist effort -- must be total.
We hear a great deal these days about the challenge presented to the United States by the Soviet space program. The military and economic strength which this program demonstrates have understandably been of primary concern to us.
But without question the fundamental challenge lies in the____________________
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