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The story of the African-American athlete in basketball is one of omission to domination -- at least on the court. Ashe traces this development from the club players of the 1920s to the colleges -- including the achievements of athletes in the traditional black colleges -- and on the professional basketball players of today. The text and reference materials for this book were taken from the three-volume set,A Hard Road to Glory,and combined into this single volume.