The Rio Games were supposed to be as much a disaster as the 1936 Berlin games were to be a showcase of Hitler’s warped belief in racial supremacy. But in both cases, the outcome has been something very different.
According to Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, fatalities and injuries have been cut in half since 1980. Still, on average, 27 people die every day in alcohol-related accidents. And there will be more stories like this today.