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Spectral lines: The IEEE as an advocate

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When it comes to issues of impending controversy, Spectrum seems to behave as a lightning rod. This, we believe, is as it should be. One hopes that Spectrum — in its role as ombudsman for the member with respect to the Institute — can accept the lightning bolts with reasonable impunity and, where possible, direct the discharges in suitable and efficient directions.

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IEEE Spectrum  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 8 )