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ACOG (1997) The Official Report on the Centennial Olympic Games, Vol.1, Atlanta: AGOG
Adams, B. (1997) E Pluribus Barnum: The Great Showman and the Making of U.S. Popular Culture, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
AIEST (1987), The Role and Impact of Mega-Events and attractions on Regional and National Tourism Development, St Gall, Switzerland: AIEST (Association Internationale d’Experts Scientifique du Tourisme).
Aja, T. (1998) ‘Spanish sport policy in Republican and Fascist Spain’, in Arnaud and Riordan (eds) Sport and International Politics: The impact of fascism and communism on sport, London: E & FN Spon/Routledge.
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Anderson, K. and Gale, F. (eds) (1992) Inventing Places, Melbourne: Wiley.
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Anderson, R. and Wachtel, E. (eds) (1986) The Expo Story—1986, Vancouver: Harbour Publishing.
Anthony, D. (1987) Britain and the Olympic Games, London: British Olympic Association.
Anon (1998a) ‘Finding solutions to youth problems on the eve of the third millennium’, Olympic Review 19, pp. 25-6.
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——(1998c) ‘Health and sport’, Olympic Review, 20:52.