On urbanism and optimism: Guy Ortolano interviewed by Alex Campsie

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 28 Number 3 (2020)

On urbanism and optimism: Guy Ortolano interviewed by Alex Campsie
Guy Ortolano, Alex Campsie, pages -

Abstract

Guy Ortolano’s latest book turns Milton Keynes from ‘an object of scorn into an object of study’, examining how social democracy was planned, built, and partially displaced in Britain’s most notorious new town. We ask him what the book tells us about social democracy past and present.

 

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Guy Ortolano, Alex Campsie, (2020) On urbanism and optimism: Guy Ortolano interviewed by Alex Campsie, Renewal, 28(3), -

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