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He was a Unitarian. Makes you think, huh?

Fuller was an environmentalist who believed that man could make a positive change in the environment by not doing bad things to the environment, but more importantly by doing good things in harmony with the environment.

In Fuller's time environmentalism as a function of government was a Republican ideal. Today it is a Democratic ideal.

Politics is slippery over the vast reaches of time.
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