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WHEN FORD RETURNED TO RACING.

“Return to Glory: The Story of Ford’s Revival and Victory at the Toughest Race in the World”

By Matthew DeBord

226 pages. $26.

One day, Silicon Valley pooh-bahs may persuade the safe-space generation to completely abandon

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