In 1968, as America struggled with racial unrest and the Vietnam War, Jackie Robinson was trying to capture what was happening and its effect on youth.“Young people nowadays are learning to hate,” he said. “ … They’re looking for achievements. The kids aren’t like we were. They’re not fearful. They’re not afraid of dying.”Robinson was 49 in 1968, 21 years removed from his debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers and four years away […]

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