Many years ago, in the cornerstone of its new office building, a large insurance company buried a capsule containing a number of predictions by community leaders as to what life in the United States would be like in fifty years. Among the forecasts was one by a leading industrialist. He made some eyebrow-raising predictions concerning population, the economy and living standards. Then he added this wise reminder: “Fifty years from now, and five hundred years from now, men and women will still struggle for happiness — which will continue to lie within themselves.”

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