(NAi Publishers) Comparing a number of radical architectural movements in the 1960s, Schrijver traces a moment in the history of architecture when revolutionary ideas were paramount and dreams became drawings. Her book explores radical critiques of modernist architecture throughout the work of the Situationist International, Venturi and Scott Brown, and Archigram. Positioned on the cusp of post-modernity and global capitalism, their reactions demonstrate a perceptively critical understanding of modernism and a prescience towards contemporary conditions. At the same time, the author argues that their dreams were so entwined with the modern project that they created an untenable position for the contemporary architecture debate.