David Maraniss spoke about his book, Rome 1960:The Olympics That Changed the World, published by Simon & Schuster. In his book, David Maraniss recounts the story of the 1960 Olympic Games while painting them as a microcosm of the Cold War and the global politics of the day. Following his remarks Mr. Maraniss answered questions from the audience. close
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