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I Never Had It Made: An Autobiography of Jackie Robinson The Bestselling Autobiography Of American Baseball And Civil Rightslegend Jackie RobinsonBefore Reggie Jackson, Before Hank Aaron, Baseball S Stars Had One Undeniable Trait In Common They Were All White In , Jackie Robinson Broke That Barrier, Striking A Crucial Blow For Racial Equality And Changing The World Of Sports ForeverI Never Had It Madeis Robinson S Own Candid, Hard Hitting Account Of What It Took To Become The First Black Man In History To Play In The Major LeaguesI Never Had It Maderecalls Robinson S Early Years And Influences His Time At UCLA, Where He Became The School S First Four Letter Athlete His Army Stint During World War II, When He Challenged Jim Crow Laws And Narrowly Escaped Court Martial His Years Of Frustration, On And Off The Field, With The Negro Leagues And Finally That Fateful Day When Branch Rickey Of The Brooklyn Dodgers Proposed What Became Known As The Noble Experiment Robinson Would Step Up To Bat To Integrate And Revolutionize BaseballMore Than A Baseball Story,I Never Had It Madealso Reveals The Highs And Lows Of Robinson S Life After Baseball He Recounts His Political Aspirations And Civil Rights Activism His Friendships With Martin Luther King, Jr Malcolm X, William Buckley, Jr And Nelson Rockefeller And His Troubled Relationship With His Son, Jackie, JrI Never Had It Madeendures As An Inspiring Story Of A Man Whose Heroism Extended Well Beyond The Playing Field



8 thoughts on “I Never Had It Made: An Autobiography of Jackie Robinson

  1. says:

    Jakie Robinson was a man among men His example shows the ubsurdity of judging a man by the color of his skin His life was a struggle and this book goes into great personal trials of the man The book is about Jackie s family and professional life after baseball than baseball Yet this does not distract the reader this adds to the story of a honest, passionate and intellegent man His autobiography with personal honesty goes into Robison s strengths and weaknesses.The stor


  2. says:

    Jackie Robinson s autobiography is good, yes, but I expected much from it A person like Robinson has a great story and should have been able to produce a book that would knock you out of your chair Unfortunately, Robinson spends than half the book talking about what he did after his career was over He should have spent at least 3 4 of the book on his playing days Instead, he d rather tell you about running a bank in Harlem This isn t a bad read, but it should have been be


  3. says:

    This is an inspiring book that talks about the life of a great sports figure named Jackie Robinson Who was the man who broke the color barrier in baseball Despite all odds he does what many people thought was impossible He had went through many hardships but never gave up He gave hie people hope and something to shoot for now that he did the impossibe Jackie Robinson was a hero


  4. says:

    4.5 starsIf you are looking for just the story of Mr Robinson s baseball career, you will be disappointed He spends less than 100 pages on his playing career, but provides some nice insights into his experiences He is deeply appreciative of Branch Rickey and had a rocky relationship with Walter O Malley He details his interactions with the NY press and how his baseball career affected his wife and kids.The final 150 pages are about Mr Robinson s post baseball career He worked for C


  5. says:

    I was interested in reading I Never Had It Made after seeing the movie 42 There are than a few biographies about Jackie Robinson, but I wanted to hear the story from the man himself The first third of the book is quite riveting, as Mr Robinson recounts his story of breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball The story slows down once Mr Robinson transitioned from baseball to private life with some highs and lows Particularly heartbreaking is reading about his relationship with


  6. says:

    This book provided interesting insight to the thinking of a man who made a mark on American history.We frequently hear about Jackie Robinson as the baseball icon who broke racial barriers in a segregated institution We seldom hear of his many contributions to the business and political world His autobiography gives personal insight to his life and the impact he had in the socio political arena.Jackie was an outspoken advocate of his personal beliefs He took on many challenges and sometimes


  7. says:

    This book gives a window into baseball, and American life in general, as the third quarter of the 20th century began Jackie Robinson was a college educated war veteran before his baseball career began He and his wife were exemplary in most ways, and he was a keen social observer For those of us not born or not paying attention at the time, it s insightful Robinson wrote an autobiography of his baseball life before he wrote this one, which deals with his life in general, and his reflections on


  8. says:

    I never really thought about the backstory of how Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in baseball This really enlightened me to the risks involved Only downfall of this book is the writing editing It seemed Dry stream of consciousness, and sometimes parts didn t make sense, only to be fully explained a few pages down Otherwise, it was fascinating and engaging.


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