Muhammad Ali: Why they called him ‘The Greatest’ and why I called him my friend | Jerry Izenberg

The people. With Muhammad Ali, it was always the people. It didn’t matter whether they were rich or poor, black or white, celebrity-famous, blue-collar weary or welfare poor. It didn’t matter what language they spoke, what God they worshiped, what gender they were.

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