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Richard SandomirWhat is so special about the N.F.L. that would make sensible businessmen worth billions fork over admittedly illogical sums for a sports team? The question is central to ,i>America's Game, an expansive and detailed history of the N.F.L. told in episodic style by Michael MacCambridge, whose admiration for the league and how it overtook baseball as the national pastime -- largely by making smarter business decisions at almost every conceivable juncture in its post-World War II history -- is evident on every page.
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