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A chronicle of the 1947 baseball season during which Jackie Robinson broke the race barrier is a sixtieth anniversary tribute based on interviews with Robinson’s wife, daughter, and teammates that covers such topics as his relationship with fellow players, the St. Louis Cardinals’ proposed boycott of the Dodgers, and Robinson’s associate with segregated hotel roommate and sportswriter Wendell Smith. 125,000 first printing.