Inside The Inseparable Worlds Of Sports, Politics Sports writer Dave Zirin has a reputation for pointing out the places where the line between sports and politics blurs. His latest book, A People's History of Sports in the United States, goes even further. Zirin speaks with NPR's Tony Cox.
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Inside The Inseparable Worlds Of Sports, Politics

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Inside The Inseparable Worlds Of Sports, Politics

Inside The Inseparable Worlds Of Sports, Politics

Inside The Inseparable Worlds Of Sports, Politics

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Sports writer Dave Zirin has a reputation for pointing out the places where the line between sports and politics blurs.

His latest book, A People's History of Sports in the United States, goes even further.

In his words, it attempts to "resuscitate the political heart that beats in the sports world." He speaks with NPR's Tony Cox.

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