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Why Should the U.S. Remain a World Leader in High Energy Physics?

First place in a recent essay contest sponsored by Fermilab goes to SLAC physicist Glen Crawford. Second place was taken by Fermi theorist Joe Lykken.

Read their prize-winning essays.

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