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Charlie Rose with Michael Sandel; Alan Brinkley & Eric Alterman; Dan Rather; Nick Bollettieri & Dick Schaap; Bud Collins (August 28, 1996)


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Michael Sandel of Harvard University, Alan Brinkley of Columbia University, and Eric Alterman of The Nation magazine discuss American's frustrations with their government. Then, Dan Rather speaks with Charlie live from the Democratic National Convention in Chicago after watching Vice President Al Gore speak. Next, tennis coach Nick Bollettieri who has coached famous athletes including Andre Agassi, and sports journalist Dick Schaap, speak about Bollettieri's new book about his coaching career, My Aces, My Faults, which he helped Schaap co-write. Finally, Bud Collins of The Boston Globe and NBS Sports talks about the recent controversy with regards to the USTA breaking with tradition and seeding athletes for the U. S. Open differently than their official rankings.

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