Why Do We Love Sports?
It imbues an otherwise chaotic and purposeless life with a sense of mission and with a direction. Winning or overcoming these hurdles is interpreted to be the triumph of good over evil, superior over inferior, the best over merely adequate, merit over patronage. Benjamin Harris was a maverick in the early days of journalism. He was not alone but he definitely stood out from the crowd.It is a vindication of the principles of quotidian-religious morality: efforts are rewarded; determination yields