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Archives and History

Presidents, Executive Directors, and Presidential Addresses

Presidents of the American College of Surgeons

Years Served

President

1913–1916

John M.T. Finney
Baltimore, MD

1916–1917

George Crile
Cleveland, OH

1917–1920

William J. Mayo*
Rochester, MN

1920–1921

George E. Armstrong
Montreal, QC

1921–1922

John B. Deaver+
Philadelphia, PA

1922–1923

Harvey Cushing
Boston, MA

1923–1924

Albert J. Ochsner
Chicago, IL

1924–1925

Charles H. Mayo
Rochester, MN

1925–1926

Rudolph Matas+
New Orleans, LA

1926–1927

Chipman
Montreal, QC

1927–1928

George David Stewart+
New York, NY

1928–1929

Franklin H. Martin
Chicago, IL

1929–1930

Merritte W. Ireland
Washington, DC

1930–1931

Jeff Miller
New Orleans, LA

 

1931–1932

Allen B. Kanavel
Chicago, IL

1932–1933

Bentley Squier
New York, NY

1933–1934

William D. Haggard
Nashville, TN

1934–1935

Robert B. Greenough
Boston, MA

1935–1936

Donald C. Balfour
Rochester, MN

1936–1937

Eugene H. Pool+
New York, NY

1937–1938

Frederick A. Besley+
Waukegan, IL

1938–1939

Howard C. Naffziger
San Francisco, CA

1939–1940

George P. Muller
Philadelphia, PA

1940–1941

Evarts A. Graham
St. Louis, MO

1941–1946

Edward Gallie
Toronto, ON

1946–1947

Irvin Abell
Louisville, KY

1947–1948

Arthur W. Allen
Boston, MA

1948–1949

Dallas B. Phemister
Chicago, IL

1949–1950

Frederick A. Coller
Ann Arbor, MI

1950–1951

Henry W. Cave
New York, NY

1951–1952

Alton Ochsner
New Orleans, LA

1952–1953

Harold L. Foss
Danville, PA

1953–1954

Fred W. Rankin
Lexington, KY

1954

Frank Glenn+ ++
New York, NY

1954–1955

Alfred Blalock
Baltimore, MD

1955–1956

Warren H. Cole+
Asheville, NC

1956–1957

Daniel C. Elkin
Lancaster, PA

1957–1958

William L. Estes, Jr.+
Bethlehem, PA

1958–1959

Newell W. Philpott
Westmount, QC

1959–1960

Owen H. Wangensteen
Minneapolis, MN

1960–1961

I.S. Ravdin
Philadelphia, PA

1961–1962

Robert M. Zollinger
Columbus, OH

1962–1963

Loyal Davis
Chicago, IL

1963–1964

Englebert Dunphy
San Francisco, CA

1964–1965

James T. Priestley
Rochester, MN

1965–1966

Howard A. Patterson+
New York, NY

1966–1967

Walter C. MacKenzie
Edmonton, AB

1967–1968

Reed M. Nesbit
El Macero, CA

1968–1969

Preston A. Wade
Concord, NH

1969–1970

Joel W. Baker
Seattle, WA

1970–1971

Howard Mahorner
New Orleans, LA

1971–1972

Jonathan E. Rhoads
Philadelphia, PA

1972–1973

William P. Longmire, Jr.
Los Angeles, CA

1973–1974

Claude E. Welch
Boston, MA

1974–1975

Charles W. McLaughlin, Jr.
Omaha, NE

1975–1976

William Scott, Jr.
Nashville, TN

1976–1977

George R. Dunlop
Worcester, MA

1977–1978

Frank E. Stinchfield
New York, NY

1978–1979

William A. Altemeier+
Cincinnati, OH

1979–1980

William H. Muller, Jr.
Charlottesville, VA

1980–1981

James D. Hardy+
Jackson, MS

1981–1982

Thomas Shires
Lubbock, TX

1982–1983

John M. Beal
Chapel Hill, NC

1983–1984

Henry T. Bahnson+
Pittsburgh, PA

1984–1985

Charles G. Drake
London, ON

1985–1986

David C. Sabiston, Jr.
Durham, NC

1986–1987

Dean Warren
Atlanta, GA

1987–1988

Rollins Hanlon
Chicago, IL

1988–1989

Oliver H. Beahrs
Rochester, MN

1989–1990

M.J. Jurkiewicz
Atlanta, GA

1990–1991

Frank C. Spencer
New York, NY

1991–1992

Ralph A. Straffon
Cleveland, OH

1992–1993

Gerald Austen
Boston, MA

1993–1994

Lloyd D. MacLean
Montreal, QC

1994–1995

Alexander J. Walt
Detroit, MI

1995–1996

LaSalle D. Leffall, Jr.+
Washington, DC

1996–1997

David G. Murray
Syracuse, NY

1997–1998

Seymour I. Schwartz
Rochester, MN

1998–1999

George F. Sheldon
Chapel Hill, NC

1999–2000

James C. Thompson+
Galveston, TX

2000–2001

Harvey W. Bender, Jr.
Nashville, TN

2001–2002

Scott Jones+
Charlottesville, VA

2002–2003

Richard R. Sabo
Bozeman, MT

2003–2004

Claude H. Organ, Jr.+
Oakland, CA

2004–2005

Edward R. Laws
Charlottesville, VA

2005–2006

Kathryn D. Anderson+
San Marino, CA

2006–2007

Edward M. Copeland, III
Gainesville, FL

2007–2008

Gerald B. Healy
Boston, MA

2008–2009

John L. Cameron+
Baltimore, MD

2009–2010

LaMar S. McGinnis, Jr.
Atlanta, GA+

2010–2011

L.D. Britt
Norfolk, VA

2011–2012

Patricia J. Numann
Syracuse, NY

2012–2013

Brent Eastman
San Diego, CA

2013–2014

Carlos A. Pellegrini
Seattle, WA

2014–2015

Andrew L. Warshaw
Boston, MA

2015–2016

David Richardson
Louisville, KY

2016–2017

Courtney M. Townsend, Jr.
Galveston, TX

2017–2018

Barbara Lee Bass
Houston, TX

2018–2019

Ronald V. Maier
Seattle, WA

2019–2020

Valerie W. Rusch
New York, NY

2020–2021

Wayne Meredith
Winston-Salem, NC

2021–2022

Julie A. Freischlag
Winston-Salem, NC

* No Clinical Congress or elections in 1917-1919 due to World War I.
+ Only served as Regent during Presidency.
++ Succeeded to presidency on death of Dr. Rankin, May 22, 1954

Executive Directors of the American College of Surgeons

1915–1921

John G. Bowman

1921–1922

Harold M. Stephens

1922–1935

Franklin H. Martin, MD, FACS

1935–1949

Bowman C. Crowell, MD &
Malcolm T. MacEachern, MD, CM

1949–1950

Malcolm T. MacEachern, MD, CM

1950–1961

Paul R. Hawley, MD

1961–1969

John Paul North, MD, FACS

1969–1986

Rollins Hanlon, MD, FACS

1986–1998

Paul A. Ebert, MD, FACS

1998–1999

Samuel A. Wells, MD, FACS

1999

Interim Director, David L. Nahrwold, MD, FACS

2000–2009

Thomas R. Russell, MD, FACS

2010–2022

David B. Hoyt, MD, FACS

2022–

Patricia L. Turner, MD, MBA, FACS

Presidential Addresses

Inaugural and Retiring

J.M.T. Finney, MD, FACS, was the first President to address the American College of Surgeons when he assumed office in 1913. Apparently, Dr. Finney delivered no other address during the rest of his term. The second address as incoming College President was by George Crile, MD, FACS, in 1916. No presidential address was delivered until 1919 when William J. Mayo, MD, FACS, became President of the combined American College of Surgeons and Clinical Congress.

The address of the incoming College President was at the convocation at the end of each Clinical Congress week until 1936, at which time it was discontinued. Thereafter, each President made one address upon retiring from office, until 1953. At that time, the retiring President, Harold Foss, MD, FACS, delivered his presidential address on Monday evening, and Fred Rankin, MD, FACS, gave an address as incoming President on Friday evening. Since then, each College President has made his single address at the convocation.

For full text of any of the Presidential Addresses, contact the ACS Archives.

2010-2021 Addresses

2021

Julie A. Freischlag, MD, FACS, FRCSEd(Hon), DFSVS

#SurgeonsSowingHope: Enhanced postoperative recovery and elevated healing

Online

Bull Am Coll Surg
2021 (Dec) 12-19

 

2020

J. Wayne Meredith, MD, FACS

Lessons for a Rewarding Career Learned Along the Way to This Podium

PDF | Online

Bull Am Coll Surg
2021 (Jan) 17-22

 

2019

Rusch, Valerie W.

The Joys of Learning, Collaborating, and Giving Back

PDF | Online

Bull Am Coll Surg
2019 (Dec) 16–21

 

2018

Ronald V. Maier, MD, FACS, FRCSED(Hon), FCSHK(Hon), FCCS(Hon)

For Our Patients

PDF | Online

Bull Am Coll Surg
2018 (Dec) 10–18

 

2017

Barbara Lee Bass, MD, FACS, FRCSENG(Hon), FRCSI(Hon), FCOSESCA(Hon)

The Joy and Privilege of a Surgical Career

PDF | Online

Bull Am Coll Surg
2017 (Dec) 11–17

 

2016

Courtney M. Townsend Jr., MD, FACS

Do What’s Right for the Patient: Franklin H. Martin and the American College of Surgeons

PDF | Online

Bull Am Coll Surg
2016 (Dec) 13–21

 

2015

J. David Richardson, MD, FACS

Challenges for the Second Century

PDF | Online

Bull Am Coll Surg
2015 (Dec) 9-13

 

2014

Andrew L. Warshaw, MD, FACS

Achieving Our Personal Best: Back to the Future of The American College of Surgeons

PDF | Online

Bull Am Coll Surg
2014 (Dec) 9–18

 

2013

Carlos A. Pellegrini, MD, FACS, FRCSI(Hon), FRCSEng(Hon), FRCSEd(Hon)

The Surgeon of the Future: Anchoring Innovation and Science with Moral Values

PDF | Online

Bull Am Coll Surg
2013 (Dec) 8–14

 

2012

Brent A. Eastman, MD, FACS

The Next Hundred Years

PDF | Online

J Am Coll Surg
2013 (Feb) 177–183

 

2011

Patricia J. Numann, MD, FACS

Stewardship of Our Profession

PDF 

Bull Am Coll Surg
2011 (Dec) 24-28

 

2010

L.D. Britt, MD, MPH, DSc(Hon), FACS, FCCM, MAMSE, FRCSEng(Hon), FRCSEd(Hon), FWACS(Hon), FRCSI(Hon), FCS(SA)(Hon), FRCSGlasg(Hon)

The American College of Surgeons: A Legacy of
Leadership

PDF | Online

Bull Am Coll Surg
2010 (Dec) 15–16

 

2000-2009 Addresses

2009   

McGinnis, LaMar S., Jr.          

Professionalism in the 21st century

Bull Am Coll Surg
2009 (Dec) 8–18

 

2008   

Cameron, John L        

John Miller Turpin Finney: The First President of the American College of Surgeons

J Am Coll Surg
2009 (Mar) 327–332

 

2007   

Healy, Gerald B.         

Competence, Safety, Quality: The Path of the 21st Century

Bull Am Coll Surg
2007 (Dec) 8–13

 

2006   

Copeland, Edward M.

The Role of a Mentor in Creating a Surgical Way of Life

Bull Am Coll Surg
2006 (Dec) 8–13

 

2005   

Anderson, Kathryn D.

Crises in Humanity

Bull Am Coll Surg
2005 (Dec) 10–16

 

2004   

Laws, Edward R.         

Harvey Cushing and the Unity of Surgery     

Bull Am Coll Surg
2004 (Dec) 8–12

 

2003   

Organ, Claude H., Jr.  

You Can Make a Difference   

Bull Am Coll Surg
2003 (Dec) 8–12

 

2002   

Sabo, Richard R.         

The Challenge of Emerging Surgical Technology: The College Can Help      

Bull Am Coll Surg
2002 (Dec) 8–14

 

2001   

Jones, R. Scott

Medicine, Government, and Capitalism        

J Am Coll Surg
2002 (Feb) 111–120

 

2000   

Bender, Harvey W., Jr.           

Omnibus per artem fedemaque prodesse: To Serve All with Skill and Fidelity        

Bull Am Coll Surg
2000 (Dec)8–13

1990-1999 Addresses

1999   

Thompson, James C.

Contribution of Surgical Research to Patients and Surgeons

J Am Coll Surg
2000 (Apr) 391–403

 

1998   

Sheldon, George F.    

Professionalism, Managed Care, and the Human Rights Movement

Bull Am Coll Surg
1998 (Dec) 13–33

 

1997   

Schwartz, Seymour I. 

Credo, Conduct, and Credibility

Bull Am Coll Surg
1997 (Dec) 8–13

 

1996   

Murray, David G.       

"Some of the King's Horses..."

Bull Am Coll Surg
1996 (Dec) 12–17

 

1995   

Leffall, LaSalle D., Jr.  

Reaffirmation of fealty—To serve all

Bull Am Coll Surg
1995 (Dec) 11–21

 

1994   

Walt, Alexander J.      

The uniqueness of American Surgical Education and Its Preservation

Bull Am Coll Surg
1994 (Dec) 8–20

 

1993   

MacLean, Lloyd D.     

Wangensteen's Surgical Forum: A Legacy of Research

Bull Am Coll Surg
1993 (Dec) 8–16

 

1992   

Austen, W. Gerald     

Surgery is a Great Career

Bull Am Coll Surg
1992 (Dec) 6–22

 

1991   

Straffon, Ralph A.       

To Think and Act as a Unit

Bull Am Coll Surg
1991 (Nov) 6–15

 

1990   

Spencer, Frank C.       

The Vital Role in Medicine of Commitment to the Patient

Bull Am Coll Surg
1990 (Nov) 6–19

1980-1989 Addresses

1989   

Jurkiewicz, M.J.          

The College, General Surgery, and Fragmentation

Bull Am Coll Surg
1989 (Nov) 11–17

 

1988   

Beahrs, Oliver H.        

The Physician, Patient, & Third Party

Bull Am Coll Surg
1988 (Nov) 4–9

 

1987   

Hanlon, C. Rollins       

The Assurance of Quality

Bull Am Coll Surg
1987 (Dec) 5–11

 

1986   

Warren, W. Dean       

Can One Person Make a Difference?

Bull Am Coll Surg
1986 (Dec) 8–10

 

1985   

Sabiston, David C., Jr.

Professional Liability in the 1980s: Problems and Solutions

Bull Am Coll Surg
1985 (Dec) 6–11

 

1984   

Drake, Charles G.       

Fellowship: The Benchmark for American Surgery

Bull Am Coll Surg
1984 (Dec) 6–10

 

1983   

Bahnson, Henry T.     

Challenges

Bull Am Coll Surg
1983 (Dec) 6–10

 

1982   

Beal, John M. 

Unity of Purpose

Bull Am Coll Surg
1982 (Dec) 14–17

 

1981   

Shires, G. Tom

The Ongoing Pursuit of High Quality

Bull Am Coll Surg
1981 (Dec) 12–18

 

1980   

Hardy, James D.

The President's Reflections on the American College of Surgeons  

Bull Am Coll Surg
1980 (Dec) 18–23

1970-1979 Addresses

1979   

Muller, William H., Jr.

Quality Health Care in a Regulated Society

Bull Am Coll Surg
1979 (Dec) 7–12

 

1978   

Altemeier, William A.

Quality Care: Ongoing or Outgoing?

Bull Am Coll Surg
1978 (Dec) 12–19

 

1977   

Stinchfield, Frank E.   

A Call for Unity

Bull Am Coll Surg
1977 (Nov) 7–13

 

1976   

Dunlop, George R.     

Medical Costs—Our Common Dilemma

Bull Am Coll Surg
1976 (Nov) 7–11

 

1975   

Scott, H. William        

Professional Liability—The Crisis and Approaches to the Solution

Bull Am Coll Surg
1975 (Nov) 7–15

 

1974   

McLaughlin, Charles W. Jr.    

Here Dwells Our Strength

Bull Am Coll Surg
1974 (Nov) 7–13

 

1973   

Welch, C.E.     

Quality Care, Quasi-care and Quackery

Bull Am Coll Surg
1973 (Nov) 7–12

 

1972   

Longmire, W.P., Jr.     

The Surgeon, the System and Patient Care

Bull Am Coll Surg
1972 (Nov) 9–12

 

1971   

Rhoads, J. E.   

National Health Policies for Improving the Care of the Surgical Patient

Bull Am Coll Surg
1971 (Dec) 7–10

 

1970   

Mahorner, Howard    

A Surgeon's Career

Bull Am Coll Surg
1970 (Nov) 7–11

1960-1969 Addresses

1969   

Baker, Joel Wilson     

A Profession Held in Trust

Bull Am Coll Surg
1970 (Jan) 7–11

 

1968   

Wade, Preston A.       

Science Alone Is not Enough

Bull Am Coll Surg
1969 (54) 5–9

 

1967   

Nesbit, Reed M.         

Heritage and Obligations of Fellowship

Bull Am Coll Surg
1967 (52) 383–389;391–392

 

1966

MacKenzie, W.C.        

Our Destiny Is to Build

Bull Am Coll Surg
1967 (52) 33–36

 

1965   

Patterson, H. A.          

This Time Is a Good Time

Bull Am Coll Surg
1966 (51) 87–90;118–119

 

1964   

Priestley, J.T.  

The Impossible of Yesterday

Bull Am Coll Surg
1965 (50)5–8;30–31

 

1963   

Dunphy, J.E.   

Responsibility and Authority in American Surgery

Bull Am Coll Surg
1964 (49) 9–12

 

1962

Davis, L.          

Credo 

Bull Am Coll Surg
1963 (48) 25–28;52

 

1961   

Zollinger, R.M.

Surgical Tithing

Bull Am Coll Surg
1962 (47) 9–12;52

 

1960   

Ravdin, I.S.     

Whither Goeth the American Surgeon

Bull Am Coll Surg
1961 (46) 10;26–28

1950-1959 Addresses

1959

Wangensteen, O.H.   

Retrospect and Prospect

Bull Am Coll Surg
1960 (45) 23–30;62–66

 

1958   

Philpott, N.W.

Our College in a Changing World

Bull Am Coll Surg
1959 (44) 35–36;48

 

1957   

Estes, W.L., Jr.

Responsibility of Leadership

Bull Am Coll Surg
1958 (43) 45–48;75–76

 

1956   

Elkin, D.E.       

But Above All, a Good Doctor

Bull Am Coll Surg
1957 (42) 5–8;30–32

 

1955   

Cole, W.H.      

Surgical Philosophy Old and New

Bull Am Coll Surg
1956 (41) 67–71

 

1954   

Blalock, A.      

Our Obligations and Opportunities

Bull Am Coll Surg
1955 (40) 83–86;139

 

1953   

Rankin, F.W.   

Responsibility of a Heritage

Bull Am Coll Surg
1954 (39) 5–9;59

 

1953   

Foss, H.L.        

American College of Surgeons—Its Obligations and Responsibilities Greater Now Than Ever (Retiring Presidential Address)

Bull Am Coll Surg
1954 (39) 23–26

 

1952   

Ochsner, A.    

Report to Our Founders

Bull Am Coll Surg
1953 (38) 15–23

 

1951   

Cave, H.W.     

General Surgeon in the Changing Era

Bull Am Coll Surg
1951 (36) 348–351

 

1950   

Coller, F.A.     

For the Benefit of the Patients

Bull Am Coll Surg
1951 (36) 29–34

1940-1949 Addresses

1949   

Phemister, D.C.          

Evaluation of Full Time and Group Practice for the Clinical Faculty of a Medical School

Bull Am Coll Surg
1950 (35) 17–21

 

1948   

Allen, A.W.     

Looking Forward

Bull Am Coll Surg
1949 (34) 47–50

 

1947   

Abell, I

Spirit of Surgery

Bull Am Coll Surg
1947 (32) 208–211

 

1946   

Gallie, W.E     

Ideals in Surgery

SGO
1947 (84) 513–518

 

1941–1946                 

None given—War Years        

 

1941   

Graham, E.A.  

American Surgery in a Changing World

SGO
1942 (74) 273–280

 

1940   

Muller, G.P.    

The College and American Surgery

SGO
1941 (72) 529–533

1930-1939 Addresses

1939   

Naffziger, H.C.

Metamorphosis of the Surgeon

SGO
1940 (70) 374–378

 

1938   

Besley, F.A.    

American College of Surgeons in Retrospect and Prospect on its Twenty-Fifth Anniversary

SGO
1939 (68) 419–423

 

1938   

Pool, E.H.       

College and the Cultural Aspects of Surgery 

SGO
1938 (66) 414–418

 

1937   

Pool, E.H.       

Education of a Surgeon—Past and Present

SGO
1937 (64) 570–575

 

1936   

Balfour, D.C.   

Function of the American College of Surgeons (Retiring Presidential address)       

SGO
1937 (64) 565–569

 

1935   

Balfour, D.C.   

The Trend of Surgery 

SGO
1936 (62) 402–405

 

1935   

Greenough, R.B.         

Conscience of the Surgeon    

SGO
1936 (62) 390–394

 

1934   

Greenough, R.B.         

Cancer Clinics and Cancer Services in General Hospitals

SGO
1935 (60) 441–446

 

1934   

Haggard, W.D.

Background of the American Surgeon

SGO
1935 (60) 427–431

 

1933   

Haggard, W.D.

Surgeon of the Wilderness: Ephraim McDowell

SGO
1934 (58) 415–419

 

1933   

Squier, J.B.     

Hippocratic Code and the New Deal 

SGO
1934 (58) 407–408

 

1932   

Squier, J.B.     

American College of Surgeons Twenty Years of Ambitious Effort

SGO
1933 (56) 404–409

 

1932   

Kanavel, A.B.  

Intangibles in Surgery

SGO
1933 (56) 394–397

 

1931   

Kanavel, A.B.  

Program of the College and the Initiates' Responsibilities

SGO
1932 (54) 403–406

 

1931   

Miller, C.J.      

Medical Men and Their Lay Critics    

SGO
1932 (54) 391–396

 

1930   

Miller, C.J.      

Humanities of Medicine

SGO
1931 (52) 488–490

 

1930   

Ireland, M.W. 

Military Obligations of the Medical Profession 

SGO
1931 (52) 485–487

1913-1929 Addresses

1929   

Martin, F.H.    

The American College of Surgeons, Past, Present and Future

SGO
1928 (47) 887–896

 

1928   

Martin, F.H.    

The Evolution of Clinical Medicine and Surgery        

SGO
1928 (47) 736–50

 

1928   

Stewart, G.D.

Ourselves—the College         

SGO
1929 (48) 142–144

 

1927

Stewart, G.D. 

Idealism in Medicine

Yearbook
1928: 102–105

 

1927   

Chipman, W.W.         

Retiring Address        

Copy of Ms.

 

1926   

Chipman, W.W.         

Joseph Lister

Yearbook
1927: 103–110

 

1926   

Matas, R.        

Surgery and the International Spirit

SGO
1927 (44) 424–432

 

1926   

Matas, R.        

Mission and Ideals of the American College of Surgeons

Yearbook
1926 : 71–78

 

1925   

Mayo, C.H.     

Hepatic Function in Health and Disease        

SGO
1926 (42) 9–14

 

1924   

Mayo, C.H.     

Address of the President

SGO
1925 (40) 447–448

 

1924   

Ochsner, A.J.  

Cancer Infection        

SGO
1925 (40) 336–342

 

1923   

Ochsner, A.J.  

Fellowship in the ACS

SGO
1924 (38) 285–286.

 

1922   

Cushing, H.     

Surgical and End Results in General

SGO
1923 (36) 303–308

 

1922   

Cushing, H.     

The Physician and the Surgeon

SGO
1922 (35) 701–710

 

1921   

Deaver, J.B.    

Medical Education     

SGO
1922 (34) 177–179

 

1921   

Deaver, J.B.    

Old Methods Versus New in Surgical Diagnosis

SGO
1921(33) 605–606

 

1921   

Armstrong, G.E.         

Gastric Hemorrhage  

SGO
1922 (34) 466–468

 

1920   

Armstrong, G.E.         

Immunity in Surgery

SGO
1921 (32) 399–401

 

1920   

Mayo, W.J.     

Mortality and End Results in Surgery

SGO
1921 (32) 97–102

 

1919   

Mayo, W.J.     

Presidential Address

SGO
1920 (30) 97–99

 

1918   

No address—War year and "Flu" epidemic               

 

1917

Crile, G.W.      

Presidential Address

Bull Am Coll Surg
1917 (3) 1–2

 

1914–1916     

No addresses available          

             

1913   

Finney, J.M.T. 

Presidential Address

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