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An edition of Playing America's game (2007)

Playing America's game

baseball, Latinos, and the color line

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This edition published in by University of California Press in Berkeley.

Written in English

362 pages

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Cover of: Playing America's game
Playing America's game: baseball, Latinos, and the color line
2007, University of California Press
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Latinos play America's game
A national game emerges
Early maneuvers
Holding the line
Baseball should follow the flag
"Purest bars of Castilian soap"
Making Cuban stars
Becoming Cuban senators
Playing in the world Jim Crow made
Latinos and baseball's integration
Troubling the waters
Latinos and baseball's global turn
Saying it is So-sa!
Conclusion: Still playing America's game.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 321-344) and index.

Series
American crossroads -- 23

Classifications

Library of Congress
GV863.A1 B844 2007

The Physical Object

Pagination
xx, 362 p. :
Number of pages
362

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL16160497M
ISBN 10
0520251431, 0520236467
ISBN 13
9780520251434, 9780520236462
LC Control Number
2007002883
OCLC/WorldCat
81150202
Library Thing
3861837
Goodreads
997827

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September 22, 2008 Created by ImportBot Imported from Western Washington University MARC record.