One of Michiko Kakutani’s top ten books of 2016, this is the story of the improbable comeback of vinyl records, paper notebooks, and other analog businesses—even as Silicon Valley dominates the headlines—and what it says about us. This rollicking history of Casablanca during WW2 sheds light on the city as a key hub for European and American powers, and a place where spies, soldiers, and political agents exchanged secrets and vied for control. You are using an outdated browser.
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