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KATHERINE SHONFIELD

While society demonstrates a wild cult of the appearance of youth, as in Brazil's massive consumption of plastic surgery, the prevailing assumption is that the reality of youth must inevitably be subject to age and experience, which are unequivocally a good thing. An example is in the Stansfield Smith consultation document on architectural education.

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