Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – April 4, 2004

First Hour:
March Madness:
What’s It All About?

A look at college and professional sports, in the midst of NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Finals. Guests: David Steele, sports columnist, San Francisco Chronicle; Michael McDonald, Stanford basketball captain, 2000; Michael Mandelbaum, Johns Hopkins University, author, The Meaning of Sports (Public Affairs Press); Todd Boyd, USC, author, Young, Black, Rich and Famous (Doubleday).


Second Hour

Three Political Issues

Guests: Arturo Rodriguez, president, United Farm Workers Union; Chuck Lewis, Center for Public Integrity, author The Selling of the President 2004 and Christopher Beaver, writer/director, Tales of the San Joaquin

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