An Address By The Right Honourable Lord MacMillan
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 11 Sep 1933, p. 196-205
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An Address By The Right Honourable Lord MacMillan

A joint meeting of The Empire Club of Canada and The Canadian Club. The commerce of ideas. The need for an ethical revival. Re-establishing intercommunication among the nations of the earth. Some thoughts on values and happiness. The speaker's recent venture of visiting every province in Canada, and capital of every province and other cities as well. Bringing into contrast the very diversified conditions of the different parts of Canada. Forming a composite picture of the economic scene. Two topics in connection with the commerce of ideas. First, embarking upon a great scheme of imperial education at the University of London. Establishing a series of institutes for the promotion of higher learning for the world. The Institute of Historical Research, the Courtauld Institute of Art, the Institute of Languages, the Institute of Public Health, the Institute of Education. Second, the human factor in industry. The National Institute of Industrial Psychology, of which the speaker is President. Aims of the Institute. Studying practical problems, with examples. Interest for Canada in the work of this Institute.