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Presidential Address. The Institution Today - and Tomorrow?

Last year in his Presidential Address, Ted Happold suggested that all Presidents make basically the same speech, being conscious that they represent the entire membership, so that they are expected: -to perceive and explain clearly possible directions for the profession -to produce an extra awareness which not only extends to us but also influences how others see us -to ask questions hopefully of all the membership -to raise our vision K.C. White