The electron has been a bona fide member of the family of elementary particles for over a half of a century and a great deal is now known about its properties. As is usual in scientific endeavor, the more one learns about something the more one finds further questions which need to be answered. The International Conference on the Quantum Interactions of the Free Electron served somewhat as a pause to recapitulate what has been learned and understood and to reformulate the pertinent questions that we would like to have answered.

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