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Steve Kaplan Prof. Walker Information Literacy April 1, 2008 Works Cited Thesis: The problem of drugs in sports is at an all-time high. Bahrke, Michael S., and Charles E. Yesalis. Performance-Enhancing Substances in   Sport and Exercise . Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2002.   I chose this book because it describes all the different types of performance-enhancing  drugs there are out there. It also explains the tests that are given to spot these  substances in someone’s body. Bailes, Julian. When Winning Costs Too Much: Steroids, Supplements, and Scandal in   Today's Sports World . 1st ed. Taylor Trade, 2005. 1 Apr. 2008  <http://www.amazon.com/When-Winning-Costs-Too- Much/dp/1589791797/ref=pd_bxgy_b_text_b>.   This book not only details these abuses and the dangers of the drugs themselves, but  also addresses the misguided coaches, failed mentors, and poor role models  who have contributed to the decline of the sports-for-sports sake mentality.
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Budin, Steve, Bob Schaller,  and Brandon Lang. Bets, Drugs, and Rock & Roll: the Rise
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