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Graeme Shankland: a Sixties Architect-Planner and the Political Culture of the British Left
Graeme Shankland (1917–84) conforms in many ways to the popular image of a 1960s planner with his lyrical advocacy of inner city motorways and his suggestions of enormous programmes of renewal in 'outworn' Victorian city centres. As an advocate of the belief that 'our problem in Britain is that it is our generation which must completely renew most of the older parts of our larger towns and cities', Shankland was an important representative of what Peter Mandler has described as a new 'moredoi:10.1017/s0066622x00001477 fatcat:zv7oqnhjovbobeluib2wf2e52e