Open Malls Argumentative Essay

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Why doesn’t certain statutes get the same recognition as the main and attention as bigger memorials. Some memorials get more attention than others Americans find the making of large national monuments would stand out more than the smaller memorials. Argument, however, is without political meanings, and when the public space in question is the National Mall the political meanings are amplified. In many cases, these aesthetic arguments echo, and are perhaps proxies for, political arguments. The belief, expressed by many critics, that the memorial should not be where it is, that it destroys the integrity of the open mall, impedes vistas and disrupts the flow of space, can be read as basic resistance to filling open space with meaning. A nation

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