1969-02-01

We’ve Done the Job — What’s Next? 690539

Spectacular progress has been made in reducing pollutants from the internal combustion engine. Time and money - a multimillion expenditure - are needed to improve the internal combustion engine so that pollution can be reduced to almost any level desired. To date, medical research does not appear to indicate that much beyond what is being planned in the way of vehicle controls is called for in the foreseeable future.

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