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Buckminister Fuller's geodesic dome

War is over, victory savoured. Now what to do with jobless soldiers streaming home? And how to get women out of the factory and back to the hearth? Such postwar fears evaporated as the economy boomed, a surge of immigrants transformed an increasingly confident nation and the social safety net began to take shape. In what's now viewed as a golden age, modern Canada was born.

Buckminister Fuller explains his geodesic dome.
Medium: Television
Program: Tabloid
Broadcast Date: June 3, 1957
Guest: Buckminster Fuller
Interviewer: Ted Pope
Duration: 8:43

Last updated: October 21, 2013

Page consulted on December 6, 2013

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