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August 23, 1941

SOME IMMEDIATE PROBLEMS FACING THE RADIOLOGIST: CHAIRMAN'S ADDRESS

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INDIANAPOLIS

JAMA. 1941;117(8):579-581. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820340001001
Abstract

One does not have to put one's good ear to the ground to hear the rumbling sound of sudden changes and world shaking events. That these are extremely troubled times throughout the world goes without saying. It is evident that America has emphatically to assume again the role of a vigorous world power in order to remain the permanent sanctuary of certain genuinely American ideals; that, whether we like it or not, America is destined to complete the task it should have completed twenty years ago and to become, as it surely is fitted and capable of becoming, the dominant director of the nations of the world. Whether this is the actual shape of things to come for this country, time alone will tell. It hardly seems that it can be otherwise, however, as America now enters on the world scene with full mobilization of her military and her industrial

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