The Games Do Count - David Dreier Summary & Analysis

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David Dreier Summary and Analysis

David Dreier, Congressman from California, was never a good athlete, but had a moment of glory while playing baseball in fifth grade. Everyone else in David's family were athletes, causing him to feel inadequate, even though his family never made a big deal out of it. David's father was a Marine Corps drill instructor and David often felt as if he were on combat duty at home. David's father was highly competitive and taught him to be so as well, although David and his father often had arguments over the depth of his father's competitiveness. David compared sports to politics, citing the competitiveness of politics as similar to that of sports.

David Dreier grew up in an athletic family, teaching him the value of listening to his coaches and of discipline. David took these lessons into politics, which he...

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