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The growth of The Institute of Radio Engineers has depended in large measure on the energy and enterprise and upon the flexibility with which the Institute welcomed changes that improved its operations. Originally the activities of the Institute were concentrated in one city. Then came the great change of establishing many Sections, one after another. Years later the Regions were built up, thus forming an even larger, more democratic, and more effective Institute. Still more recently the Professional Groups were established, thus enabling members interested in any particular field to find full opportunity for conferences and publication. This opened up a new and even greater era for Institute activities and expansion. This Euest Editorial ably deals with this latest policy development in Institute affairs. It was written by a former Chairman of the Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Section of the IRE, the head ot the Hunter Manufacturing Company in Iowa City, who has also been a member of the Policy Development Committee and of the Board of Directors

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Proceedings of the IRE  (Volume:39 ,  Issue: 7 )