Science: Bayonets for Technocrats

The Chief Caterer of Chicago's great Morrison Hotel summoned his servants last week: ''Five hundred banquet covers for the Continental Convention on Technocracy, and . . ."

Howard Scott the Technocrat was going to make a speech, sped the news. Present would be President Glenn Frank of the University of Wisconsin, General William Irving Westervelt of Sears, Roebuck, old Clarence Darrow, Economist Stuart Chase. Two collateral bodies, the All America Technological Society and the National Technological Congress, were joining with the Continental Convention on Technocracy. It looked as though another flight into...

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