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Agonizing Arcadia: notes on postwar architecture in Los Angeles

Dirk De Meyer (UGent) and Bart Eeckhout (UGent)
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De Meyer, Dirk, and Bart Eeckhout. 1999. “Agonizing Arcadia: Notes on Postwar Architecture in Los Angeles.” In The Urban Condition : Space, Community, and Self in the Contemporary Metropolis, ed. Dirk De Meyer and Kristiaan Versluys, 168–185. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Uitgeverij 010.
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De Meyer, Dirk, & Eeckhout, B. (1999). Agonizing Arcadia: notes on postwar architecture in Los Angeles. In Dirk De Meyer & K. Versluys (Eds.), The urban condition : space, community, and self in the contemporary metropolis (pp. 168–185). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Uitgeverij 010.
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De Meyer D, Eeckhout B. Agonizing Arcadia: notes on postwar architecture in Los Angeles. In: De Meyer D, Versluys K, editors. The urban condition : space, community, and self in the contemporary metropolis. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Uitgeverij 010; 1999. p. 168–85.
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De Meyer, Dirk, and Bart Eeckhout. “Agonizing Arcadia: Notes on Postwar Architecture in Los Angeles.” The Urban Condition : Space, Community, and Self in the Contemporary Metropolis. Ed. Dirk De Meyer & Kristiaan Versluys. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Uitgeverij 010, 1999. 168–185. Print.
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