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The Fall and Rise of Reginald Engineer
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What follows is an abbreviation or distillation of my Chairman’s Address delivered to the Northern Ireland Branch on 30 November 1990 in the presence of the then President, David Lazenby. Its purpose was to share a concern (and perhaps an oversimplistic solution) in an attempt to stimulate or provoke some thoughts for the future. It is with some apprehension, and after not a little procrastination, that I eventually agreed to my address being published as a viewpoint. W.H. Walker

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