Graham Parker

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Graham Parker writes about soccer for the US bureau of The Guardian, and is also a widely exhibited artist and author of the book "Fair Use."

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The U.S. soccer team faces Belgium on the pitch today at the World Cup in Brazil. It’s a make-or-break game: If the U.S. wins, we’ll advance to play Argentina. If we lose, we’re out.

Make or Break For U.S. at the World Cup

The U.S. soccer team faces Belgium on the pitch today at the World Cup in Brazil. It’s a make-or-break game: If the U.S. wins, we’ll advance to play Argentina. If we lose, we’re out.

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