Sex, Football, and the Greater Good

The Economics of Consent vs. Opportunity

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An estimated 31 million Americans are projected to bet $7.6 billion on the Super Bowl this weekend on anything from how long the national anthem will be sung to the color of the Gatorade dumped on the winning coach.

Money and football are as red, white, and blue as the Fourth of July. I don’t know who’s…

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