Other Scientific Aspects
DIXY LEE RAY
One of the nice things about the challenging, stimulating, sometimes frustrating, but altogether interesting years at the Atomic Energy Commission was the associations I had with the scientific components of that remarkable agency and, through it, with the scientists, engineers, industrialists, businessmen and citizens of this country.
It has been a great privilege to be here this morning and listen to you, Professor Mark. You may remember that extraordinary movie, some years ago, called The Man in the White Suit. I think we have a good example right here. I fully agree with and endorse what you have said. The possibilities of what we can do are certainly without bounds if we will give ourselves the time and opportunity to use our heads and put our ingenuity to work. In the last few years, particularly in this country, we have been hearing much about the limited resources of the earth--and that is true.____________________
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Publication information: Book title: The Middle East:Critical Choices for the United States. Contributors: Eugene V. Rostow - Editor. Publisher: Westview Press. Place of publication: Boulder, CO. Publication year: 1976. Page number: 105.
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