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Response to Viewpoint on We are our furture by Anthony Stevens

Mr Stevens mentions that we are equipped by our training and education to analyse circumstances and solve problems-a quality that enables us to both manage and lead. There is no doubt as to the truth of his statement. But why, then, are we still performing subordinate roles? Mr Stevens suggests that this may be due to our having lost the charisma, the eloquence and the public image of our great pioneering predecessors. Mr Cheng Chee Chai