With four series, eight movies, and numerous series in novel
form, Star Trek has been a pervasive part of American culture.
While each is an independent creation, they all stay true to Roddenberry's
dream of acceptance and cooperation. Each has contributed in its
own way to changing long-held biases and myths. In this way, Star
Trek will continue to "boldly go where no one has gone before."
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