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Great Time Coming: The Life Of Jackie Robinson From Baseball to Birmingham

by David Falkner

Other authors: Todd Radom (Cover designer)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0671793365, Hardcover)

The author of The Last Yankee chronicles the life of Jackie Robinson, revealing previously unexamined efforts that make him more than a symbolic hero of the Civil Rights movement and showing the real person behind the saintly image. 30,000 first printing.

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Brings to life Jack Roosevelt Robinson, the man, a flesh-and-blood crusader whose humanity, passion, doubts, and fears are too often overlooked in the history-book treatment of his accomplishments.

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