General Interest Article
Of all biological problems none is of more importance and interest to the mass of mankind than that dealing with the laws of evolution. To the biologist, of course, these laws are of prime importance, as expressing the ultimate result of all life processes. But I refer here rather to the widespread interest among all classes of educated people, due, I believe, to a feeling that as our human civilization is advancing in conformity with these laws, a fuller knowledge of them might enable us the better to guide and control our progress in the future.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Sciences
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Summers, H. E.
"Presidential Address - Some Problems of Heredity and Evolution,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 10(1), 26-40.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/pias/vol10/iss1/8