Soccer Against the Enemy: How the World's Most Popular Sport Starts and Fuels Revolutions and Keeps Dictators in Power

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Kuper traveled to 22 countries to discover the sometimes bizarre effect soccer has on politics and culture. The result is an astonishing study of soccer and its place in the world.

Soccer Against the Enemy: How the World's Most Popular Sport Starts and Fuels Revolutions and Keeps Dictators in Power 2010, Nation Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781568586335

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Soccer Against the Enemy: How the World's Most Popular Sport Starts and Fuels Revolutions and Keeps Dictators in Power 2006, Nation Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9781560258780

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