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IAN MARTIN REMEMBERS THE 'GLORY DAYS' UNDER PAWLEY'S ECCENTRIC EDITORIAL REGIMES

Sutherland Lyall gave me a job at BD in 1981 and I think Martin must have taken over as editor later that year. He'd been teaching in the US and his book, Garbage Housing, was being cited by all those proto-community architect types and students - two sets of people Martin has been more or less constantly at war with. We'd heard he was a Marxist who voted Tory, but he turned out to be more complicated than that.

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