Maya Lin: Probably fundamentally — a previous design had been a memorial to World War III. And I started studying what the nature of a monument is and what a monument should be. And I designed — for the World War III memorial I designed a futile, almost terrifying passage that ends nowhere. And the professor of the class was extremely disturbed and comes up to me afterward and says, “If I had a brother that died in that war, I would never want to visit the memorial.” And I looked at him and I said, “Andy, this is World War III, we’re not going to be around. Don’t you get it?” I mean he just didn’t get it. So every memorial in its time has a different goal.