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Space, Hope and Brutalism: English architecture 1945-1975, byElain Harwood, Yale University Press, 2015, 734 pages, colour illustrations, hardback, ISBN 978 0 300204 46 9. https://yalebooks.yale.edu/book/9780300204469/space-hope-and-brutalism
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