Judging by the reaction so far (deafening silence), the Stansfield Smith review of architectural education might be thought to be just what everybody always wanted, too difficult to comprehend, or of little interest outside the academic world. The truth probably lies somewhere in between, but it is surely significant that the review has not aroused the howls of protest that might have been expected, given the strong views within the profession on a subject of consuming interest to people ...
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