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Pete HamillUp From Zero gives narrative coherence to a story that often has lost its thread in the daily coverage. Goldberger puts the full cast on stage, including those who were not well known. And he presents the public highlights: the disastrous event (for Whitehead's group) at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center on July 20, 2002, when the initial plans were subjected to the scathing judgment of more than 4,000 citizens; the swift decision to stage a competition among the world's greatest architects; the final choice on Feb. 27, 2003, of the designs of Daniel Libeskind.
— The New York Times