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    It’s a bad line tylenol er 650 side effects ‘When I started out, nearly every architect I knew was working in public practice; that’s where the radical thinking was done. But, there’s always a danger of looking back as our fathers did and saying, “Things were better then.” Architects design buildings; that’s what we do, so we have to go with the flow; and, even though I’m still an old Leftie, global capitalism does have its good side. It’s broken down barriers – the Berlin Wall, the Soviet Union – it’s raised a lot of people up economically, and for architects it has meant that we can work around the world. We’ve got projects in China, Australia, Mexico, the States [including 3 World Trade Center, a new 80-storey skyscraper on the site of the Twin Towers], which is great during recession. In 1932 people [he means architects] jumped from the top of the buildings when it seemed there was no possible hope of work.’

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