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Taking Stock

by Vera Mihailovich-Dickman

How radical can one be and still remain visible, comprehensible and heard?
How radical must one be in order to weigh in and turn the tables?
I like the idea of the highest possible level and its appropriate vehicle.
The most refined and yet visible, the sleekest, most comfortable, quickest?
Or the sparsest, simplest? But the most roadworthy . . .