Roger Brown"Social structure becomesactually visible in an anthill; themovements and contacts onesees are not random butpatterned. We should also be ableto see structure in the life of anAmerican community if we had asufficiently remote vantage point,a point from which persons wouldappear to be small movingdots. . . . We should see that thesedots do not randomly approachone another, that some areusually together, some meetoften, some never. . . . If one couldget far enough away from ithuman life would become purepattern."