End the duopoly

Why the debate about equal pay for U.S. women’s soccer isn’t that clear cut

Megan Rapinoe holds the World Cup trophy after she and other members of the U.S. women’s national soccer team arrived back in the United States on Monday. (Kathy Willens/AP) From one angle, financial compensation for athletes appears a rare island of social justice. The Forbes list of the world’s richest people skews heavily toward Caucasians, but the list of top-paid athletes inverts the racial […]

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