Terence Riley; Rem Koolhaas; Marshal Goldman; Kentucky Bus Crash

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Friday 12/02/1994

Terence Riley, curator of architecture and design at the Museum of Modern Art, discusses his exhibition "O.M.A.," which showcases the work of architect Rem Koolhaas and his firm, Office for Metropolitan Architecture. Rem Koolhaas talks about the architect's role in transforming a city and his new exhibit at the MoMA. Professor Marshall Goldman on his book, "Lost Opportunity: What Has Made Economic Reform in Russia So Difficult?" A discussion about the deadliest drunk driving accident in U.S. history with author James Kunen and the parents of one of the victims of the crash.