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Decision for Chemistry

USA, 1953 (MIFF 1955, Then and Now)

Director: Sidney Meyer

Demonstrates the importance of the chemical industry and its role in everyday life and suggests that the industry opens up opportunities for youth. Episodes tell of the freedom for exploration provided by the industry.

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