Winter 2012 - RSA

Winter 2012


In this issue:

Can cities save us? This question is posed Dr Benjamin Barber, while Ian Gordon and Henry Overman ask whether London is capable of standing alone. Cynthia Smith and Roland Karthaus highlight pioneering practice in city design. Other pieces include: Taeku Lee on how demographic shifts in the US are reshaping the political landscape, and Prof Richard Dagger asks what fair play looks like when it comes to prisoners.

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