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Robert L. Kehoe III

Robert L. Kehoe III is a writer in residence at the Stephen and Laurel Brown Foundation, Upper House, in Madison, Wisconsin, and an associate editor at The Point.
 

Federer as Crisis of Faith?

Growing up I was good enough at sports to be caricatured as a standard jock, with little to offer the world but a form of […]

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The Simmons Affair

ESPN is big. For children of the baby boomers, it’s so big we can hardly imagine life without it. In the same way Apple, Google, […]

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Descent

No stranger to the lure of profits or excessive extremes, Armstrong and his myth thrived. But as the excavation of the demythologized narrative continues, it has become abundantly clear that the rise and fall of Lance Armstrong is not simply a story of one man’s moral failures.

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