Table of contents for Playing America's game : baseball, Latinos, and the color line / Adrian Burgos Jr.

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Preface	00
Acknowledgments	00
List of Illustrations	00
Introduction: Latinos Play America's Game	1
Part One. The Rise of America's Game and the Color Line
1. A National Game Emerges	00
2. Early Maneuvers	000
3. Holding the Line	000
Part Two. Latinos and the Racial Divide
4. Baseball Should Follow the Flag	000
5. "Purest Bars of Castilian Soap"	000
6. Making Cuban Stars	000
7. Becoming Cuban Senators	000
8. Playing in the World Jim Crow Made	000
Part Three. Beyond Integration
9. Latinos and Baseball's Integration	000
10. Troubling the Waters	000
11. Latinos and Baseball's Global Turn	000
12. Saying It Is So-sa!	000
Conclusion: Still Playing America's Game	000
Appendix	000
Notes	000
Selected Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hispanic American baseball players -- History.
Baseball -- United States -- History.
Racism in sports -- United States -- History.
United States -- Race relations.