Hope Unborn, Unborn, Unbornby John G. Carswell
It is a nonfiction book which the writer illustrates issues of racism in Major League Baseball in America. Issues that were present in the 19th/i>
Hope Unborn, Unborn, Unborn is a book about a people without hope, and without opportunity. It is a book about a forgotten part of Black history. It is reviewed and revisited through the eyes of Black baseball.
It is a nonfiction book which the writer illustrates issues of racism in Major League Baseball in America. Issues that were present in the 19th century during the early days of baseball, and they are still present today. The "hope" that was "Unborn" in America for these Americans died, because they never had a chance.
The book discusses the roles that were played in Major League Baseball by African-Americans and Hispanics. It suggests solutions to some of the problems of baseball currently, and attempts to bring together the community of baseball today. It is a book for all Americans.
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Mr Carswell's book gives us that rare look at our society microcosmically via an important part of baseball's history!