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Peckham cry

Twenty years ago and the Peckham tragedy would have prompted a round of attacks on architects and all their works. This has yet to happen, perhaps a sign that we have all grown up somewhere along the way. The turf wars between the determinists and their opponents, with Oscar Newman and Alice Coleman carrying the flag for the former, now seem a distant memory. We can probably agree by now that it is not architecture which causes crime, but it can give it a helping hand. An analogy is ...

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