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The Structural Engineer's Place in the Post-War World

THE time has arrived when, in spite of the unquestionable importance of pursuing our war activities to the utmost, we must peer a little into the mists of the future to see whether we cannot garner from the welter of vileness perpetrated during the war a few major benefits for mankind. Alfred C. Bossom

Author(s): Bossom, Alfred C