Americans have been turning their attention to new challenges ever since the term “frontier” was expunged from the 1890 census. This imperative has been reiterated by US presidents through the years as they sought to inspire the nation to tackle the new as a route to greater prosperity. Herbert Hoover in 1932: “There are vast…

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