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Topic - Jim Adams
Amazon is going to start delivering on Sundays, following a uniquely American philosophy of catering to customers. But not all businesses or communities follow that formula.
The year was 1967, and 23-year-old Syracuse University student Bob Wheeler had been hitchhiking across the country, conducting hundreds of interviews for his master's thesis, an oral history of legendary American Indian athlete and Olympian Jim Thorpe.
“Everything is closed up more tightly there than it is here," Adams said. "But it varies one country to the next and one retail shop to the next."
“You find more Sunday closings in Europe than you do in the United States," he said.