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The September issue of Esquire has the latest in an epic series about the redevelopment of the World Trade Center site. Political debates; Port Authority wrangling; architectural boondoggles and value engineering?it's a complete stroll down WTC memory lane and a look at how the major players in the saga have changed. Architect David Childs, for one, is "mum. Circumspect. Or plain worn-out" from discussing the controversy. "'The simple, pure form — I'm proud of that,' he says, and falls silent." [Esquire; previously]