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In the past week, the sports headlines have been dominated sex, politics and the law. A “peeping tom” videotape of a popular female sports broadcaster has fans and reporters reporters wondering how far gender roles have advanced in sports journalism. And the possible re-instatement of a disgraced football player – involved in an illegal dogfighting ring– is raising difficult questions about discipline and fairness. We’re “Sporting Views.”
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- Dave Zirin Columnist, SLAM Magazine; Contributor, Nation Magazine; Online Columnist, Sports Illustrated (si.com); author, "A People's History of Sports in the United States" (New Press)
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