In a new, wonderful collection of essays, "From a Cause to a Style"
(Princeton, 310 pages, $27.95), Nathan Glazer asks why modernism failed:
"How did a socially concerned architecture come to be condemned, 50 years
later, as soulless, bureaucratic and inhuman?" It is a great question,
Mr. Glaeser is the Glimp professor of economics at Harvard University,
director of the Taubman Center for State and Local Government, and a senior
fellow at the Manhattan Institute.
First a book is written by a Glazer
Then an article is written by a Glaeser
The only thing missing is a comment by a Glazier stating that modernism has
kept him working all these years...
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