"As in every form of populism, three fundamentally different stances can be discerned: architecture of the people, with the people and for the people. The first is essentially anarchistic, going its own blithe way and to hell with the rest. The second is paternalistic. It bases itself on popular support and develops concepts together with future users and residents, but in the end it knows best. The third is despotic: everything for the people, nothing by the people. Presented with great fanfare as an expression of popular will, it is in fact a put-up job. Anarchism, paternalism and despotism: three forms of populism and all three destined to fail."
Who knew Bouman was so prolific?