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Heritage still has a part to play in the quest for the final frontier

Man with clipboard: 'Excuse me sir, can you spare a moment? The lives of people yet unborn will be affected. Please take a deep breath and think hard about the future, then tell me what you think would be the best line of business for today's graduate to be in for the next 50 years. What will it be? Aerospace? Electronics? Computers? Energy?'

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