Sport in capitalism
For a long time sport has represented a phenomenon that cannot be ignored from the fact of its cultural breadth and its place in society. A mass phenomenon, it's imposed on us through the tentacles of many institutions and results in a permanent hammering from the media. What significance can we give it from the point of view of a historical understanding and from the point of view of the working class?
The History of Sport Under Capitalism (Part I) - Sport in the ascendant phase of capitalism (1750-1914)03-Jan-2013