SINCE addressing the Institute a year ago on The Future of the Copper Industry( 1 ) , many things have happened, most of them bad. It has been a hard year for profits and prophets. It was, therefore, with considerable perturbation that I accepted the gracious invitation of your Committee to reappear. On reviewing my remarks of a year ago, I . have wondered whether, under pressure of more important matters, the Committee had neglected to make a note of them, or whether they felt that further explanations from me were in order.
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