On Leadership: John Thompson Jr., former Georgetown coach
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On Leadership: John Thompson Jr., former Georgetown coach

The legendary coach talks with the Washington Post's Sally Jenkins about the loneliness of leadership, the power of loyalty and why being unloved was part of his job. Camera by Andrea Useem & Winyan Soo Hoo/washingtonpost.com. Editing by Lauren Gentile/washingtonpost.com

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