Due North

Easterbrook, Gregg
April 2000
New Republic;04/17/2000-04/24/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 16/17, p102
Presents a humorous view of patriotic pride inspired by the author's background. Sarcasm towards certain American companies; Commentary on the losing streak of the Buffalo Bills football team in all four Super Bowls; Celebratory view of the Bills coach Marv Levy, the best-educated professional football coach with morale compared to sports coaches bent more on winning than displaying sportsmanship.


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