Published May 12, 2020
Jordan, unlike Trump, saw that individual success does not make one truly great. He could have been content with being known as the greatest talent of all time, a man who could score seemingly at will. Instead, he dedicated himself to making his team the greatest of all time.
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Henry Olsen is a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.