Hard-Boiled, Soft-Centered: What does Casablanca mean in a post-9/11 world?

Charleston City Paper | July 23, 2008
Conservatives will lay nostalgic claim to Casablanca as an exemplar of tradition to be gotten back to; liberals like it, because its idealism is worldy, not naïve, and tough enough to triumph over both wrongness and cynicism. It endures as a classic because both parties are essentially correct.

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