Business: Third Power, Second Dams

Five years after the War, a British engineer named Daniel Nicol Dunlop conceived the idea of uniting the engineers of all nations to help put the world together again. With the aid of a number of industrialists such a conference was held in London in 1924. Engineer Dunlop did not anticipate then that the third such conference would meet in Washington and that the U. S. Secretary of State would find it appropriate to urge the engineers of the world not to participate again in movements to blow the world to pieces in another...

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