Letters In Defense of Swedish Builders To the Editor: Jon Slote's article in your August issue ("Swedes Seek Joint Venture," Eight-Penny News) clearly brings up the main problems with introducing a new technology from one country to another – communication. The seminar in Cambridge, Mass., referred to in the article, was only one step of many in the process of transferring the Swedish factory-crafted housing technology to the U.S. There is nothing unique with the Swedish factory-crafted house, as was pointed out at this seminar. The main secret to its success is the system approach to housing and effective management of the building process. A Swedish factory-crafted house can be designed to meet any regional architectural taste, local building codes, and varied lifestyles. Most houses