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The Globe editorial board reminds us that the recently deceased architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable was one of the few taste arbiters who got Boston's City Hall when it dropped: "In her original review, published in 1969, she acknowledged that the building was controversial even then: perplexing to passers-by, accepted with ambivalence by then-mayor Kevin White. But Huxtable loved the integrity of its vision..." [Globe]

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