Jackie Robinson: First African American Baseball Player

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Social Issues

 

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Noah B

 

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December 30, 2015

 

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University

 

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First, should he sign a black player? And if he did, what were the consequences? Second, did Robinson have the talent to play in the big leagues? But it was the last decision that was the most important, as it concerned Robinson's personal qualities. Was he tough enough in the best sense to confront the certain racial turmoil he would face? So, Rickey took his chance and signed him...
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Was he tough enough in the best sense to confront the certain racial turmoil he would face? So, Rickey took his chance and signed him. In becoming the first black man to play in the major leagues, Robinson encountered racism in its vilest manifestations?racial taunts and slurs, insults on the playing field and off, character assassination, death threats, and anything else the wicked among us in mid-twentieth century America could throw at him...
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