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Sports vs. Sportsmanship
Aired 6/27/1996

The 1996 Atlanta Olympics are finally upon us. Do Americans live up to the Olympics’ motto, “not to win, but to take part”? Sport seems to be more popular than ever, but is the drive to win and to cash in spoiling the joy and opportunity to take part?
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  Drew Hyland
    professor of philosophy at Trinity College
  Richard Lapchick
    director of the Center for the Study of Sport in Society
  Tom McMillen
    professional basketball player, author of Out of Bounds: How the American Sports Establishment Is Being Driven by Greed
  Wendy Hilliard
    president of the Women’s Sports Foundation

Originally Aired: 6/27/1996

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