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US government policies and hypersonic flight in the 21st century

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Goldberg, T.R. ; Radian Corp., Herndon, VA, USA

The author examines the potentially negative impact of the US regulations on the development of advanced materials, components, and systems. He gives high priority to modification of US antitrust laws if the US is to have the best possible opportunity to compete with more aggressive economies abroad. He identifies export controls as limiting the availability of data to US firms engaged in developing commercial applications. He asserts that policies must also be enacted to better protect intellectual property rights.<>

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 5 )