IMS: Hank Aaron, Home Run King, National Press Club

Hank Aaron, Home Run King

Hank Aaron, the Home Run King, speaks about the dismal record of the major leagues in promoting minorities into management. Aaron speaks eloquently about the history of race in America's national pasttime and argues that this game has symbolic importance in America and that it is time, 47 years after Jackie Robinson first broke the color barrier, for baseball to live up to its responsibilities to society.

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