Essay heading: A Sociological Analysis of Ron Howard's Apollo 13

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The only time that any form of power struggle appeared was early in the flight when Jim and Fred didn't appreciate Jack being on their ship, probably because he was the "new guy." Though they didn't agree at times, their egos were eventually set aside so that they could combine their talents to save their own lives...
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This cancellation helped to show that the media and public no longer put as much relevance on the American space program once they had already reached the moon. The media figured that we had already beat the Russians, why waste the resources and risk the lives to do anything more. The space program lost its luster in the public eye and its symbolic influence on American life was diminishing...
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