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Acknowledgments Foreword Introduction Chapter 1: Saving the nation - Soccer and national identity Chapter 2: Believe, obey, and fight - Soccer and dictators Chapter 3: Winning hearts and minds - Soccer, ideological hegemony, and class warfare Chapter 4: One ball can change the world - Soccer and social change Chapter 5: Gods and their shrines - Soccer as a pagan religion Chapter 6: Playing fair - Soccer and ethics Chapter 7: The business of business - Soccer, business, and marketing Chapter 8: Leading by example - Soccer as a leadership opportunity Chapter 9: Dreaming of Wembley or Anfield - Soccer, dreams, and childhood Chapter 10: Immortal heroes? - Soccer and the meaning of life Chapter 11: Soccer and fine arts - The pitch as canvas and player as artist Conclusion Appendix Bibliography About the Author
Tamir Bar-On is professor in the Department of International Relations and Humanities at the Tecnologico de Monterrey, Campus Queretaro, in Mexico. He is the author of Where Have All the Fascists Gone? (2007) and Rethinking the French New Right: Alternatives to modernity (2013).