If one were to ask the average American of today to describe their impression of the 1960’s they might talk about a time of dissention and unrest, a time of hopelessness, a time of war abroad and assassinations at home. Quite possibly, it would be seen as a time of trouble or a time of darkness. Supporting evidence would substantiate those thoughts. But, the 1960’s was also a time of great promise and accomplishment—on July 20, 1969 our nation achieved the goal set by President John F. Kennedy, of, “landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to earth.”
Follow along as prolific author Paul Boyce recreates the story of what may arguably be the most noble and significant achievement of all time.