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Online Poll

Joe Louis surrounded by crowd of kids in Harlem Joe Louis began as a hero of the African American community, and eventually became a national sports hero to all Americans.

Max Schmeling, who protected Jewish friends and never joined the National Socialist party, inadvertently became associated with Hitler's Nazis.

Should sports figures be role models, representing a community, government or country?

 

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No

 
 
Did you watch the film, "The Fight"?
(Please vote "yes" if you watched at least half of the film.)
 

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No

 

If yes, did it influence your answers?

 

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