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From his gold medal at the 1960 Olympic Games to his defeat of Sonny Liston to claim the world heavyweight championship in 1964--and for decades since--the unforgettable Muhammad Ali has captured the attention of the world. Here, drawn from books, specialty periodicals, newspapers, college magazines (covering his speaking tours), and the work of major literary figures such as Norman Mailer and Thomas Hauser is the best collection ever of writing on "The Greatest."
Table of Contents
|The Louisville Lip|
|A Look at Cassius Clay: Biggest Mouth in Boxing||p. 3|
|God Save the King, God Save Boxing||p. 11|
|Clay vs Cooper - The Louisville Lip Tastes Henry's Hammer||p. 17|
|He's Just a Little Boy in the Dark and He's Scared||p. 34|
|What the Hell is This? What Did They Do?||p. 46|
|The Devil and Sonny Liston||p. 66|
|Ali Vs the Usa|
|The Young Radical||p. 91|
|The People's Champion Takes On Canada||p. 117|
|Intimate Look at the Champ||p. 132|
|Kicking the Cat||p. 140|
|Negroes and the War The Times Editorial||p. 150|
|Beyond the Confines of America||p. 152|
|The Unconquerable Muhammad Ali||p. 169|
|The Great Fixed Fight||p. 180|
|Once More Unto the Breach|
|Mr Anonymous is Angry, But Not With Cassius Clay||p. 185|
|Sting Like a Bee||p. 189|
|Soul Music in Frazier's Workshop||p. 215|
|For God, for Country, and for Perenchio||p. 219|
|If At First …||p. 241|
|On the Road Again|
|The Big Fight Part 1 - In Living Colour||p. 271|
|The Big Fight Part 2 - AH vs Al Lewis||p. 289|
|Bugner Loses a Gamble in Which Few Finish Ahead on the Tables||p. 303|
|Is Muhammad Ali All Washed Up? A. S. (Doc) Young||p. 307|
|The Rumble in the Jungle|
|Bundini Brown, the Witch Doctor at the Court of King Ali||p. 317|
|The Rumble in the Jungle||p. 320|
|Walking With Kings||p. 338|
|The Long Fall from Grace|
|The Thrilla in Manila||p. 345|
|Can "Old Man" Ali Accomplish the Impossible?||p. 365|
|Mcllvanney on Boxing||p. 371|
|Pal Ali||p. 402|
|The Lost Legacy of Muhammad Ali||p. 409|
|Muhammad Ali's Professional Boxing Record||p. 429|
|Acknowledgements and Sources||p. 435|
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