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Volume 11, Issue 2 (1982)

What Have We Accomplished?

pp. 192—194

Prefatory comments: Several of you have expressed eagerness to hear my synthesis this morning, assuming that I had an inside track of some sort or additional information which would enable me to integrate these proceedings and tie the whole conference together. Before I begin, I must offer three disclaimers in an attempt to lower your expectations. First, I have been grappling with a flu bug of some sort and I hope my coughing will not interfere too much with my speaking. Second, I will be reading from notes scribbled at 2 AM this morning and I hope my scribbles will be decipherable. Third, this will be a naive synthesis. I have no background knowledge or information different from what you have. I have no detailed knowledge of work done these past few days by any group but my own. I can offer you only my own personal reactions to what I have experienced, participating with you, in this Olympia Conference. And now for my formal commentary.

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