TITLE

The Moral Equivalent to Football

AUTHOR(S)
Washburn, Wilcomb E.
PUB. DATE
July 1977
SOURCE
New Republic;7/23/77, Vol. 177 Issue 4, p33
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses moral issues in the U.S. associated with football. Search for a moral equivalent to war; Views of intellectuals on football; Comparison between war and football; Report that football also reflects the American preoccupation with time and its organization; View that football represents the true and not the ideal American character.
ACCESSION #
9598465

 

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