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Presidential Address. The Challenge of Expanding Populations

'I should be less than human if I did not, first, express to you my personal feelings of pride mixed with humility at being installed your President this evening. Pride in being chosen to occupy the highest office this great Institution can offer any of its members at a time when its prestige and usefulness to mankind has never been higher; and humility because I am not only aware of the outstanding men who have, for nearly 60 years, preceded me, but also very conscious of the considerable ability and often brilliance of many of our members who are today actively engaged in the profession of structural engineering.' Brian Scruby