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“In no respect can chemical science do more for the nation than by devising means to avoid waste, and increase productive efficiency.”
“To-day, in the immense revolution which this war really is, the preeminent dignity of each nation must be recognized, the rights of all nations must be reaffirmed and consecrated.”