Sports, Books and the Fate of Civilization Sports fans have an astounding array of opportunities to watch, attend and participate in the games they love. Commentator Frank Deford speculates how that relates to a recent survey that shows Americans' reading habits are slipping.
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Sports, Books and the Fate of Civilization

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Sports, Books and the Fate of Civilization

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Sports fans have an astounding array of opportunities to watch, attend and participate in the games they love. Commentator Frank Deford speculates how that relates to a recent survey that shows Americans' reading habits are slipping.