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      How does ‘civitas’ become affected when public spaces are named after corporations or wealthy families (e.g., Springer...
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      Leon Krier, Res Publica / Res Economica / Civitas, 1983 (via polis) The Constitutional and Representational Frames.
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    Leon Krier, Res Publica / Res Economica / Civitas, 1983 (via polis)

    The Constitutional and Representational Frames.