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Peter Calthorpe describes the impact of Buckminister Fuller's technological optimism, and the sharp reaction against it in the later 1970s. He describes several projects in detail, including a hand-built house in Maine, a plan to transform Hamilton Air Force Base into a Solar Village, a pedestrian-oriented community in Chino Hills, the Bateson State Office Building, and two mixed-use and housing development in Sacramento.
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Calthorpe responds to audience comments regarding power generation, contextualism, appropriate technology, and Postmodern architecture as an attempt to appropriate some of entertainment's power and resources.