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‘Disney’s Land’: The amusement park that changed everything

There may be as many Walt Disney biographies as there are Walt Disney conspiracy theories. (For the record, no, he was not cryogenically frozen.) But “Disney’s Land: Walt Disney and the Invention of the Amusement Park That Changed the World,” a history by Richard Snow, breaks from the pack. Snow weaves a rich biography of a place: Disney’s first pixie-dust-frosted park, Disneyland.

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