We need incisive decision, not the Spanish Inquisition
The more observant among you may have noticed that I’ve been banging on quite a bit over the last week about the loss of plot in relation to the relative importance of People and Systems. The main reason I think this to be a central cultural issue – apart from the obvious one that such plot-loss is a sign of madness – concerns the sheer expense in the long run of systemic-preference thinking. While I do think that by far the most deranged expression of this mindset was The Jobless Recovery, I return yet again to my desire for better governance.
The sums wasted by systemic obsession over the last sixty years are truly mind-blowing.
The day that architecture became the triumph of aesthetic ego and building method over social fitness for service was the day local government expenditure started on its…
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