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When Pride Still Mattered

A Life Of Vince Lombardi

by David Maraniss

When Pride Still Mattered
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    Sep 1999, 544 pages
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    Sep 2000, 544 pages

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Gary Easter (04/17/14)

History of the game
Not only was this book outstanding for understanding the history of football, but the changing of society during the Lombardi years, and insight into the game and the path Lombardi took.
scarf (10/12/11)

It was ok
From an investigational standpoint, this book is filled. I wanted to hear more about Lombardi's childhood. Skims over it, which is a bit disappointing. Coming from this author I expected more I guess.
Mark_Bledsoe (03/04/04)

A very balanced look at a great coach, and interesting man
Bob (05/17/02)

GREAT
Supertuffguy@hotmail.com (04/18/02)

I had to read this book for a sports ethics class. From the beginning I was skeptical about how all the informatin would tie into a story of Lombardi's life. It did not take me long until I could not set this book down. I would recomend this book to anyone who has an interest in football or who is curious about Lombardi.
Anonymous (08/12/01)

Scot W Goller
This author has captured something that is not lost, but perhaps buried deep in our national persona. He finds in a legend the complicated intricacies of greatness. The man Lombardi, never a simple character, rose as can all of us, above the petty, despite our own shortcomings. This powerful book reminds us that un-perfect people can rise to great things. Dignity, honor and sacrifice above self, is not very popular as a concept these days. Lombardi's legacy is to remind us that without these virtues, we cannot move forward. Congratulations on a great and inspiring read Mr. Maraniss.
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