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In this collection of interrogatory essays, Francis Duffy argues that the success of the architectural profession in post-war Britain is directly related to its stewardship of the intellectual property that he calls "architectural knowledge." The backdrop to this debate is the author's term of presidency of the RIBA between 1993 and 1995.

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