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A Global Plague
by Marc Perelman
- Release date: June 19, 2012
- Genres: politics
- Publisher: Verso
- Language: english
- Author: Marc Perelman
- Format: paperback, 134 pages
- ISBN: 9781844678594 (1844678598)
About The Book
Marc Perelman pulls no punches in this succinct and searing broadside, assailing the recent form of barbarism that is the global sporting event. Forget the Olympics and consider, under Perelman ‘s guidance, the ledger of inequities maintained by such supposedly harmless games: They have provided a smokescreen for the forcible removal of undesirables; aided governments in the pursuit of racist agendas; affirmed the hypocrisy of drug-testing in an industry where doping is more an imperative than an aberration; and developed the pornographic hybrid that Perelman dubs sporn, a further twist in our corrupt obsession with the body.
Drawing examples from the modern history of the international sporting event, Perelman argues that today ‘s colosseums, upheld as examples of health, have become the steamroller for a decadent age fixated on competition, fame and elitism.
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