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Dean Pound Sees Arts Endangered

Roscoe Pound, dean of the Law School, last night warned of dangers to the United States public "In regimenting the professions under a super-service state."

He spoke at the annual dinner of the Massachusetts Medical Society in Worcester. "The professional ideal," Pound said, "is menaced by the development of great government bureaus and a movement to take over the arts practiced by the profession and make them functions of the government to be exercised by its bureaus in a super-service state which may become a service super-state.

"The ideal of a profession is incompatible with performance of its functions by or under the immediate supervision of a government bureau."

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