The Games Do Count - George Will Summary & Analysis

Brian Kilmeade
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George Will Summary and Analysis

George Will played baseball and football as a child, mostly in spontaneous neighborhood games. George was not a good ball player, but he continued to play because he felt it helped him learn to communicate with adults, and the rules gave him structure. For high school, George went to a special school at the University of Illinois called Laboratory High School. There George played basketball. The team had a losing record, but George enjoyed it anyway. While writing a book on baseball, George realized that of all the people he had interviewed, not a single one ever bragged. George put this down to the difficulty of the game. George loved the game and hoped he always would.

George Will's story is again one of love of the sport, not unlike George H. W. Bush's story. George learned to play...

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