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My Op-Ed in the New York Post: Trump’s Right: Americans Deserve Nice Public Buildings — Even if Elites Sneer

On October 24, 2020, the New York Post published the following op-ed by me: Trump’s Right: Americans Deserve Nice Public Buildings — Even if Elites Sneer Government architecture is not a subject that typically gets much public attention. That changed … Continue reading

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