What is the nature of the relations between business and sports in Death of a Salesman? Cite quotes from the Death of a Salesman to support your points please.

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Business and sports are both very competitive.  In each, you have to be the best or you are nothing.  Death of a Salesman explores the effects of the constant drive for success.  Both sports figures and high-powered businessmen, especially salesmen, often have short shelf lives. ...

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