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What Goes Up: The Right and Wrongs to the City

Unfortunately, this book is excessively Talmudic in its perception/reception/connection/conception/inception of modern urban design of the 1960s. It's hard to imagine who will read this work and who will understand it because it has no illustrations, no citations, and no footnotes, and many of its words are obscurantic to the point of "Googlicity."

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