The Olympics: For a wreath, a flag--or cash? - The Economist

The Olympics: For a wreath, a flag--or cash?

The Olympics: For a wreath, a flag--or cash? - The Economist
The Olympics: For a wreath, a flag--or cash?
Published Aug 14, 2004
515 words — Published Aug 14, 2004
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A global market in brawn could challenge Olympic chauvinism IF DEMOSTHENES, the ancient Greek orator, could observe the Athens Olympics, he might devote one of his tirades to the ever-changing relationship between nations, individuals...

  
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