Research, Progress and Government

CIM Bulletin1939
WE are living in a mineral and technological civilization. The Encyclopedia Britannica defines civilization as follows : " It is the final test of a progressive civilization that a given effort shall produce a larger modicum of average individual comfort, and the pursuit of this ideal has been from first to last the impelling force which drives civilization onward". This "individual comfort" demands labour-saving machines and devices such as motor cars, radios, and thousands of other inventions, most of which require minerals and metals in vast quantity for their manufacture .
Keywords: Canada, coal, Nova Scotia, potash, United States, Coal, Government, Governments, mineral, minerals, mining, Progress, Research
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