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    Buckminster Fuller employs the discipline of a lecturer,

    recommencing his expositions from the beginning,

    reviewing the previous experiments and recalls of

    experiences. His written discourse, like his speech, is

    replete with sustained narrative sequences that

    recapitulate the geometrical premises, ever starting

    back from the beginning . . . as Fuller says, like the

    pole vaulter who always goes back to the end of the

    cinder track before repeating his sprint.

                                 E. J. Applewhite Washington, D.C. 19 February 1979


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