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The origins of an “air force” (the exercise of power through and from air space) are not simply the outcome of military history and the inventions of technologies for combat but also of the technologies of international government oriented to both the freedom and pacification of the air in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. ” Freeing and securing air space—governing through air space—became a reason for war, while the freedom of the air (“air power”) became a new medium of military force.
Space program was not simply an epiphenomenon of the Cold War. S. space program. The invention of outer space and its relation to the reinvention of liberal government following World War II developed through discourses and programs concerning the freedom and law of the air that had preoccupied Western nationstates and their early international agreements regarding transnational communication and transport since the nineteenth century. In the first half of the twentieth century, the rules and sovereignty of free peoples were measured through and against the new frontier of air space, but there was a qualitative difference between regulating air space and outer space.
Paul Fauchille, La circulation aerienne et les droits des Etats en temps de paix (Paris: Pedone, 1901/1910). 12 Hazeltine, Law of the Air, 80–81. 13 For a useful history on the relation of Radio City Music Hall to the vertical architectonics of New York City in the 1920s and 1930s, see Eric Gordon, “Invisible Empire of the Air,” Space & Culture 8(3) (2005): 247–263. 14 Andrew Haley, Space Law & Government (New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1963), vii. 15 David Harvey, The Condition of Postmodernity (New York: Blackwell, 1990).