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Jumping on the bandwagon of delivering verbal punishment

Does anybody remember a time when architects agreed not to supplant or criticise one another's work? It wasn't very long ago, but today it seems as remote as a frozen mammoth in the tundra. Now even those who still tirelessly promote the idea of 'banging the drum' for architecture must be disconcerted by the speed with which all the quangos, foundations and committees that result seem to have taken to banging it on the head instead.

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