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Presidential Address. Evolution or Decay

Mr Immediate Past President, ladies, gentlemen, members and guests, I should first like to convey my thanks to members of the Institution for electing me as President of this great Institution of ours. To be elected President is a great honour, but I am very well aware that great responsibility accompanies that honour, particularly in view of the responsibility that Chartered and Incorporated Structural Engineers have for public safety. Professor L.A. Clark