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Adelson, Bruce

Brushing Back Jim Crow

The Integration of Minor-League Baseball in the American South Bruce Adelson

While Jackie Robinson is justly famous for breaking the color line in major league baseball in 1947, other young African American players, among them Hank Aaron, continued to struggle for acceptance on southern farm teams well into the 1960s. As Bruce Adelson writes, their presence in the South... More