The Architecture of Security

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Washington, D.C. is full of buildings that are prime targets for a terrorist's wrath, and planners are thinking of new security measures that might also help preserve the city's photogenic beauty. NPR's Alex Van Oss reports on the bollard, the Jersey barrier and the Ha-Ha — Saturday on Weekend All Things Considered.

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