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Mumford, Lewis Syllabification: Mum·ford, Lewis
Pronunciation: /ˈməmfərd/

Definition of Mumford, Lewis in English:

( 1895–1990), US social philosopher. He was an expert on regional and city planning and wrote The Renewal of Life in four volumes (1934–51), The Culture of Cities (1938), The City in History (1961), and The Myth of the Machine (1967).

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