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Where should the profession go? Several members have written with diverse views on the role of the Institution and the future of the profession. Mr T.E. Blackmore has drawn our attention to a survey carried out by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and writes: I find Verulam’s response to Graham Rollinson’s letter (19 March 1996) revealing, as it is based on what many have assumed to be the requirements of members. Other Institutions have started to canvas their members (and not just the activists) to actually meet the aspirations of their members. Verulam

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