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Why is construction so backward? - reviewed by Alan Hudson

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Why is construction so backward? James Woudhuysen, Ian Abley, Stefan Muthesius and Miles Glendinning

The pleasure of this book is that the authors not only take apart the all pervasive prejudices of our time from risk to sustainability with such gusto, but they do so with such detailed attention to construction, and with such a passion to build more and better.

Alan Hudson, Director of Studies in Social and Political Science, University of Oxford Department for Continuing Education

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