|aLeveling the playing field :|bhow the law can make sports better for fans /|cPaul C. Weiler.
|aCambridge, Mass. :|bHarvard University Press,|cc2000.
|axii, 367 p. ;|c25 cm.
|aPrologue: Sports on trial -- I. The integrity of sports. Misconduct on the field -- Honoring civil rights in sports -- The deadliest sin in sports -- The sports war on drugs -- Athletes as role models -- The moral ideal for American sports -- II. Owners versus players. Show us the money -- Sports joins the union -- Opening the Flood-gates -- What antitrust did for players -- How to level the player field -- Salary sharing among players -- III. Owners versus owners--and fans. The brave new world of franchise free agency -- How far have we traveled? -- What the law should do with Raiders --Stadium socialism or a stadium cap? -- Sports in intellectual space -- What should leagues be like? -- Expand or break up the big leagues? -- A better world for fans -- Epilogue: A performance-enhancing law for sports.