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Social Unity and Individual Freedom

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-2- Some may play a part in state and national affairs. All may contribute to the general progress of humanity. It is appro- priate on an occasion such as this to consider some of the broad problems confronting us in our culture and in our efforts to find satisfaction in it. This offers a temptation to indulge in the usual cliches and platitudes. I hope to be brief enough to avoid them. When Doctor Cross asked me what I would talk about, I replied "About 20 minutes". This is too short a time in which to explore social unity and individual freedom. Here is an important cultural problem for which no quick or easy solution is possible. The over-simplified discussion to be offered here contains little more than what may be provocative to lengthy argument. George Sarton, the great Belgian scholar who has devote

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