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Dishonored Games: Corruption, Money, and Greed at the Olympics

Vyv Simson, Andrew Jennings. Dishonored Games: Corruption, Money, and Greed at the Olympics Authors:Vyv Simson, Andrew Jennings.
Publisher:S.P.I. Books
Year:1992
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Pages:300
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Price:2449 rub.
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Book Summary:
Every four years, the Olympics are celebrated with a flood of congratulatory coverage. In all the books, articles and documentaries extolling the beauty and purity of the Olympic Ideal, only cursory notice is given to the Lausanne-based International Olympic Committee (I.O.C.) and its little known President, Juan Antonio Samaranch. "Dishonored Games" explodes the carefully cultivated image and idealistic hype behind the I.O.C. and its self-perpetuating leadership. The book reveals influence peddling, lavish gifts and bribes, and abuse of power in the Olympic movement.

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