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The Olympic Games were revived for the modern era in the late 1800s, setting the stage for the U.S. to host for the first time in 1904. Matt Andrews details how those Games are responsible for several fiascos-including a human zoo, the death of four water polo players from bacteria-filled water, and the grim origins of the hot dog.
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