In recognition of the 50th anniversary of With Heritage So Rich and the National Historic Preservation Act, the contributors to the fall issue of the Forum Journal write about their hopes for the preservation movement over the next half century and identify specific changes in outlook, tools and policy that should guide our work going forward. These thought leaders take an unflinching look at where we are now and what we should aspire to in the coming decades.
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