The Games Do Count - Roger Ailes Summary & Analysis

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Roger Ailes Summary and Analysis

Roger Ailes, television producer, had a father who was athletic as a young man. Roger also played many sports as a child, perhaps because his early years were filled with illnesses and injuries. When Roger was a child, he was hit by a car and had stiff joints as a result. Roger's father would make him run in order to loosen his joints. Sports reinforced Roger's desire to win at all costs. This desire followed Roger into adulthood when he played a game against the cast and crew of the Today Show and injured a man to make it to home plate. Roger learned from sports that you do not know how to win until you lose. This lesson was one Roger took with him into his professional career, and it helped him become a success.

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