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Social Adjustment in Britain, 1867–1914

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This chapter contains sections titled: Intimations of Mortality, The Civic Universities, The Need for Central Stimulus, The Rise of New Industrial States: Japan, The Training of Engineers, The Growing Concern of the Government, The Spirit of Emulation Fostered, The Bell Tolls Again, 1887, The Iron and Steel Institute, 1869, The Mining Associations, 1887–1889, Association for the Promotion of Technical Education, 1887, The Fabians, Collateral Developments, An Early Operationalist, The Service Groups of Municipal Socialism, The New Professionals, The British Standards Institution, The Critics Within, Government Patronage of Engineering, 1900–1914, An Engineering Pressure Group