And now the tennis great arthur ashe is being given his historical due by eric allen hall halls focused biography makes clear how difficult it was to stage the kind of civil rights politics and protests found across the board in american sports in the late 1960s in the traditionally patrician showground of tennis. Note 5 retrouvez arthur ashe tennis and justice in the civil rights era et des millions de livres en stock sur amazonfr achetez neuf ou doccasion. Throughout his well researched and nuanced monograph eric hall uses a variety of sources including newspaper articles ncaa files personal correspondence memoirs and fbi files to trace the intersection of the personal and political in the life of african american tennis star arthur ashe from his childhood in the jim crow south to his us open victory in 1968 to his death in 1993 hall shows that even though ashe cut his political teeth in the midst of the upheaval of the civil rights . Tennis and justice in the civil rights era arthur ashe eric allen hall johns hopkins university press des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en 1 jour ou en magasin avec 5 de reduction . Arthur ashe explains how this iconic african american tennis player overcame racial and class barriers to reach the top of the tennis world in the 1960s and 1970s but more important it follows ashes evolution as an activist who had to contend with the shift from civil rights to black power off the court and in the arena of international politics ashe positioned himself at the center of
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