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Designing Modernity: The Arts of Reform and Persuasion, 1885-1945: Selections from the Wolfsonian

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One of the critical formative influences of the 20th century has been the response to modernity. In the struggle between modern and anti-modern forces, between progressiveness and reaction, design has been a key element in the service of reform movements and as an agent of propaganda.
Hardcover, 352 pages
Published November 1st 1995 by Thames & Hudson
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