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A girl in the class asked about the relationship between nineteenth-century Luddism and twentieth-century environmentalism.
Philosophical Luddism when he heard it, Dundas hurried past, striding up a ramp of compacted soil and finally into the aboveground world.
This had to do with the lack of infrastructure, the prohibitive cost of services, an extortionist pricing structure, computer illiteracy and luddism (computer phobia).
Small wonder that a violent reactive Luddism has become the definitive vogue of the period, as primates, outsmarted by their own environment, lash out in frenzy at a postnatural world.