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  • Trump looms over Cubs World Series

    Politico - 10/28/2016

    The intersection of sports and politics can be fraught for owners who run the risk of alienating their presiding governments or fan bases if they are too closely identified with a polarizing candidate of cause, said Roger Abrams, a Northeastern University professor who’s written multiple books on sports and politics. Owners “will get their glory not when their candidate wins, but when their club wins,” he said.

     

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