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Presidential Address. Can You Hear me at the Back?

I think all Presidents make basically the same speech. They are very conscious that they represent the membership-the entire membership-and that they are expected to perceive and explain clearly possible directions for the profession; to produce an extra awareness which not only extends us but also influences how others see us; to ask questions-hopefully of all the membership; to raise our vision. Professor E. Happold