The 1960s saw the emergence of a new kind of social organization in the United States. With empathy, and not without irony, Henri Dauman bore witness to this social fission. On the one hand, the New York middle class took its summer vacations in Miami and made displays of wealth through luxurious interior designs of questionable taste.
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