Frank Lloyd Wright house up for demo

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Looks like it's curtains for a Phoenix house built by Frank Lloyd Wright for his son. The current owner aims to knock it down and redevelop the property. That's not sitting well with a lot of people who believe the architect's buildings should be protected. Chief among them is Neil Levine. He's the Emmet Blakeney Gleason Professor of the History of Art and Architecture at Harvard University. And he's heading the campaign to protect the unusual building. We reached him in Paris.

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