|"a self contained world placed on a void of sand"|
67. The right [cerebral] hemisphere tends to favour the ear, music, acoustic space, simultaneity. - M.M.
68. All convicts are apparently now supplied with good TV sets... There really is an astonishing story of how much television has helped to improve the level of crime. - M.M.
69. The implication that society of the late 1940s was married to the bride of technology was rather startling. - Mother Guinan
70. North Americans go outside to be alone, and they go home to be social; whereas Europeans go outside to be social, and home to be alone. - M.M.
71. Privacy is something that you buy with your car. - M.M.
72. [North Americans] do their thinking, their decision-making, their planning, while in the car. There is no privacy outside the car. That's why [we] do not mind commuting 20 or 30 miles a day. - M.M.
73. The motor car is really the antithesis of community. Yet it is the central fact of our lives. - M.M.
74. Much of our [American] literature is based on the idea of wandering forth to be very much alone, like Walden Pond. Thoreau at Walden Pond didn't want to meet anybody. - M.M.
75. We learn as we teach and vice versa. Wordsworth recognized this complementarity as: "The child is father to the man." - B.N.
76. The parents make their children just as the children remake their parents, and each other, in a continuing process. - B.N.