The Games Do Count - Harold Ford, Jr. Summary & Analysis

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Harold Ford, Jr. Summary and Analysis

Harold Ford, Jr. began playing basketball when he was six. Harold's father came from a large family and had worked since he was a small child, so he never had time for sports. When Harold played, his father worked too much to attend his games. However, when his father could attend, he always had helpful advice for Harold. Harold played basketball throughout school. In college Harold learned the importance of playing as a team during one memorable game when his team was losing badly. Harold continued to play in the game and was teasingly called as the most competitive guy in the house on the basketball court.

Harold Ford Jr.'s story is about learning how to play as a member of a team, a lesson that has continued to help him in his career in Congress...

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