Authors: Bodo Lampe
The future goals of particle physics are classified from a theorist's point of view. The prospects of mass and mixing angle determination and of the top quark and Higgs boson discovery are discussed. It is shown that the most important progress will come from LHC and NLC. These machines should be planned and developed as quickly as possible.
Comments: 22 pages.
[v1] 31 Mar 2011
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