Jackie Robinson and the American Dream
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Catalog Number: A-L01169-00
In 1946, Jackie Robinson dared to challenge baseball’s ‘color line.’ He knew what to expect. White pitchers threw balls at him. Base runners tried to hurt him with their spikes. Fans booed him. Some people even said that they would kill him. But Jackie played hard, and he played to win. He was fighting for the idea that every American should have an equal chance for a good life. — back cover.
Weight: 2 lbs
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