"I have a standard axiom: all governments lie. Don't believe anything they say. And corporations are only kinds of government."
Although Robert Heinlein wrote a well known novel with this title, the phrase "space cadet" appears only in the novel's title.
Compare to astronaut from The Death's Head Meteor (1930) by Neil R. Jones, space pirate from Evans of the Earth-Guard (1930) by Edmond Hamilton, astrogator from The Conquest of Space (1931) by David Lasser, space men from Revolt of the Star Men (1932) by Raymond Z. Gallun, spacedog from A Question of Salvage (1939) by Malcolm Jameson, space marines from Misfit (1939) by Robert Heinlein and rocketeer from Sunward Flight (1943) by Leo Zagat.
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