The War on Football
Daniel Flynn talked about his book, The War on Football: Saving America’s Game, in which he argues that doctors and lawyers are suggesting that football is an overly dangerous sport in order to drum up business. He said that the conventional wisdom surrounding football is totally wrong and that the sport, a rite of passage for millions of American boys, is being unfairly attacked. This event was hosted by Accuracy in Academia. close
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