August 30, 2013| 0

Labor Day lessons from baseball

Brooklyn Dodgers' President Branch Rickey paved the way for Jackie Robinson's success and the desegregation of baseball, simultaneously demonstrating that a desire for profit can coexist with a desire for justice. John Terrill discusses Rickey's legacy in his article, "Messy Motives and Good Work," featured in the August 30, 2013 issue of Comment Magazine.

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