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[In 1917 George Abram Miller proposed to the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) the creation and publication of a mathematical dictionary. By then, American mathematics had a history of contributions to celebrate and important prospects for the future on the national scale and beyond, though critical infrastructural aspects were lacking. Although the project was never realized, the context and discussions surrounding it highlight not only calls to “warfare against mathematical errors” but the nationalism underlying the desire of key MAA members to serve the development of mathematics, bolster research activity, and transfer aspects of the “apparatus of research” to American soil.]
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