Life on planet earth consists of a continuing series of actions and reactions. All living things-from the birds and the bees to the Smiths and the Joneses-participate. Reactions are sometimes small, sometimes tremendous; sometimes positive, sometimes negative. Boy asks girl for a date (that’s action). Will she say “Yes” or “No?” He awaits her reaction. Student writes examination paper (action). How will teacher react-with an “A” or an “F”? Politician campaigns for public office (action). Will voters react favorably or unfavorably?
In the Summer of 1969, three astronauts, after a walk on the moon, spent a long, unforgettable day being honored by the American People. Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins headed a triumphal caravan across the U.S., receiving high homage in three major cities and waving to 200 million Americans who watched them on TV In New York City, they rode in a giant parade and listened to the mayor declare, “All that New York has given today-its cheers, its praise, its medals, its glory-is…
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