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January 17, 2013 "We no longer have free enterprise capitalism in health care," John Mackey says. But calling the health care overhaul "fascism" on Morning Edition wasn't the right thing to do because the word "has an association with dictatorships."
John Mackey and his wife Sylvia in 2007.
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July 7, 2011 He was one of football's greatest tight ends and the first president of the National Football League Players Association. In his later years, he suffered from dementia and came to symbolize the toll the game can take on its players. Mackey was 69.
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