By Jackie Robinson, Alfred Duckett
I by no means Had It Made celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking into the most important leagues. "A irritating and enlightening self-portrait by way of certainly one of America's actual heroes."--Publisher's Weekly (starred review). photograph insert.
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