Muhammad Ali was one of the greatest athletes of the 20th century, but he didn’t spend his entire life in the ring. During the Vietnam War, he spent his time trying to avoid the draft as a conscientious objector. Journalist Leigh Montville
says the struggle changed Ali’s life—and the country. Montville’s new book is Sting Like a Bee
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