Service to the individual physicist has always been central to the aims of the American Institute of Physics throughout its 40‐year history of service to its member societies. Yet the year 1970 saw an even stronger dedication to the needs of the physicists in AIP's family. The particular problems uppermost during the year can be summarized as “too much and too few”—too much physics literature (the “information explosion”) and too few employment opportunities.

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