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The Dodgers Move West
by Neil J. Sullivan
Softcover, 252 pages, 5-1/4" x 8"
From the back of the book:
"A scholarly work that analyzes in dispassionate detail the real reasons why the Brooklyn Dodgers were uprooted in 1957 and moved three thousand miles to Los Angeles." Sports Illustrated
"Sullivan's examination of the details of [the Brooklyn Dodgers' move West] is outstanding." The Sporting News
"Clearly expands our understanding of this significant sporting development, and Sullivan should be praised for his courageous attempt to swim against the currents of popular sentiment." Journal of Sport History
"[An] exciting study.... [Sullivan] has a sure grasp of city politics and a lucid understanding of power struggles. For the intelligent fan who wants more than popcorn T.V. baseball." The Book Reader
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