This is one of many letters written in response to Arnold Beckman’s comments on the topic of education. George Laemmle, who identifies himself as an “unemployable” chemical engineer, laments the “over-polite” tone of remarks made by Beckman and Arthur Bestor about science education in the United States. He goes on to criticize the concept of equal pay for women, the corrosive effect of women employees in the workplace, and ageism in industry hiring practices.
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Laemmle, George J. “Letter from George J. Laemmle to U.S. News & World Report,” November 30, 1956. Beckman Historical Collection, Box 1, Folder 3. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/js956g205.
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