The Invention of Tradition and Social Memory1
The difficulties in effective city management in Warsaw did not stem from its communist past but from a veneered sedimentation of a rationalist-legalist frame of action. This chapter discusses possibilities for reframing created by automorphism; that is, imitation of a city's invented tradition, present in all three cities.
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