Architectural Complexity and Social Diversity in the 1960s
argues that architectural taste was central to the expansion of preservation in the later decades of the twentieth century. The chapter analyses shifts in taste and the impact of those shifts on the possibilities for successful neighborhood restoration and preservation.
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