The Cost of Greatness: Muhammad Ali fought in a cruel time in US history

Barry J Whyte on how Ali paid a terrible price for the sport he transcended

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
10th June, 2016

Muhammad Ali was more than just an emblem of black pride during the civil rights era, he courageously sacrificed his career and put his reputation on the line to advance a cause he believed in.

Read Barry J Whyte's definitive take on how Ali defined an era, only in this weekend's Sunday Business Post

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