The supreme significance of Jackie Robinson

 

Jackie Robinson played his first Major League baseball game 65 years ago today. We’ve long become inured to stories of “firsts,” since our society has come so far on the road to judging each person by the content of his character, but in a century of firsts, Jackie Robinson was extra special. Nobody has explained his significance as well as Jack Marshall in his Ethics Alarms blog. Read it here.

 

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3 Responses to “The supreme significance of Jackie Robinson”

  1. Sean Breslin Says:

    I’m very happy MLB has devoted a day every year to Jackie Robinson…you can’t understate what he did for baseball.

  2. A Man To Remember | joshweakland19 Says:

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