To Prosper Kanes The Resurrection Of Interest In The Weisman Experiment, Long Suppressed Officially By The Federal Government, Was Merely A Whim Of The Chairman A Routine Chore Of Investigation In The Memory Banks Of His Computer Once Convinced Of The Importance Of The Weisman Experiment, All Kanes Had To Do Was To Discover What It Was No Easy Task, But One Which Kanes Warmed To, As He Did To His Freewoman Companion.
Douglas R Mason Rankine was born in Hawarden, Flintshire, Wales and first attended Chester Grammar School and in 1937 went to study English Literature and Experimental Psychology at the University of Manchester, where he was a friend of Anthony Burgess as mentioned in
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