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== Abstract ==
  
 
"The Second Century Begins", Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Franklin Institute Centennial Technical Convocation, Philadelphia, PA. In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the first IEEE technical meeting held in conjunction with the International Electrical Exhibition of the Franklin Institute. Featured speakers are Ronald Reagan, [[Presidents of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)|IEEE President]] [[Richard Gowen|Richard Gowen]], Edward David jr., [[Bernard Oliver]], [[Charles Townes]], Alvin Toffler, Joshua Lederberg, and concludes with a discussion panel.
 
"The Second Century Begins", Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Franklin Institute Centennial Technical Convocation, Philadelphia, PA. In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the first IEEE technical meeting held in conjunction with the International Electrical Exhibition of the Franklin Institute. Featured speakers are Ronald Reagan, [[Presidents of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)|IEEE President]] [[Richard Gowen|Richard Gowen]], Edward David jr., [[Bernard Oliver]], [[Charles Townes]], Alvin Toffler, Joshua Lederberg, and concludes with a discussion panel.
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Abstract

"The Second Century Begins", Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Franklin Institute Centennial Technical Convocation, Philadelphia, PA. In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the first IEEE technical meeting held in conjunction with the International Electrical Exhibition of the Franklin Institute. Featured speakers are Ronald Reagan, IEEE President Richard Gowen, Edward David jr., Bernard Oliver, Charles Townes, Alvin Toffler, Joshua Lederberg, and concludes with a discussion panel.

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