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Then, with the 19th century public school revolution instigated by Rugby's headmaster, Dr Thomas Arnold, football and other organised games became inculcators of multiple virtues: athleticism, manliness, teamwork, 'character'.
Okin writes, "Many Third World families, it seems, are even worse schools of justice and more successful inculcators of the inequality of the sexes as natural and appropriate than are their developed world equivalents.