Discipline in Freedom

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    THE three lectures which Lord Baldwin delivered at Toronto in April last, inaugurating the lectureship founded in memory of Sir Robert Falconer, have distinct claims on the attention of scientific workers. His analysis of the ideals and dangers of democracy and of the opposing forces at the present time both clarifies the fundamental issues and sounds a call to service to which men of science will not wish to be indifferent.

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    Discipline in Freedom. Nature 143, 997–998 (1939) doi:10.1038/143997a0

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