Superior Complex

Safdie, Moshe
October 2001
New Republic;10/29/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 18, p19
Discusses the debate over what should replace the World Trade Center in New York. Question of whether to rebuild or turn the area into a memorial park; Opinion that the site should be declared sacred ground, a cemetery for those who died there; Criticism of the architecture of the towers; Type of building or memorial which should replace the towers; Report that any rebuilding at the site of the World Trade Center will be fraught with symbolism.


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