Twin Towers: The Life of New York City's World Trade Center
Folklorist Angus Gillespie examines the development and daily life of the World Trade Center in New York. He covers how the engineers solved complex problems, and the contrast between the architectural community's disdain and the public acceptance of the towers as a symbol of New York.
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A story about the World Trade Center its inception to completion. A book that prior to 9/11 was probably little known or read. This book is a short history of the towers. Read full review
Twin towers: the life of New York City's World Trade CenterUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Among the most widely recognized of human-made structures, New York City's World Trade Center is both beloved for its photogenic skyline presence and vilified for symbolizing bloated bureaucracy and ... Read full review