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In a new review of One World Trade Center—one of a many that have dropped in the last few months—New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman writes that the tower "speaks volumes about political opportunism, outmoded thinking and upside-down urban priorities ... Even a tower with an outsize claim on the civic soul needs to be more than tall and shiny." [NYT via Curbed NY]