Greg Johnson talks to Richard Houck on 7/11 nationlism, mallrat nationalism, diversity and the destruction of public spaces, and the legal and cultural causes.
- 0:00: Introduction
- 1:10: “7/11 Nationalism ” followup
- 6:54: Mallrat Nationalism
- 34:50: Legal changes that drove the destruction of comfortable white spaces in America
- 47:46: Some roots of modern architecture
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