Power Games : A Political History of the Olympics - Boykoff, Jules

Power Games : A Political History of the Olympics

Jules Boykoff

Yayınevi: Verso

Yayın tarihi: 05/2016

ISBN: 9781784780722

İngilizce | 216 Sayfa | 13,79x20,4x2,79 cm.

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The Olympics have not always been the commercialised juggernaut we know today, but as Jules Boykoff makes clear in this story-filled and devastating history, the Games have since their inception had a thoroughly chequered political history. Pierre de Coubertin, the aristocrat who gave birth to the modern Olympics, was against allowing women to participate, and allowed African countries to participate only to offset their individual laziness. Boykoff, a former member of the US Olympic soccer team, takes readers from the nineteenth-century origins of the modern Games, through its flirtations with Fascism, and into the contemporary era of corrupt, corporate control. Along the way he recounts vibrant alt-Olympics movements, like the Workers games and Women's Games of the 1920s and 1930s to the Gay Games of the 1980s through today.

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