Branch Rickey a person of Equality

The person who brought blacks to the major leagues

By Brayden Rosling

Branch Rickey blamed for making a black league

Branch Rickey was accused of using black people and trying to keep segregation when his final goal was to integrate the major league and black leagues (290).

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Branch Rickey's view on perseverance

Branck Rickey punished for having a black with him.

Branch Rickey was denied of a room in a hotel because he had a black man on his team so he had to make a deal with the hotel manager (289).

His ideas were rejected


“We can’t fight our way through this, Robinson. We’ve got no army. There’s virtually no one on our side.” (289)

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Branch Rickey and Jackie Robinson

Branch Rickey had to win a fight he couldn't battle his way through

“We can’t fight our way through this, Robinson. We’ve got no army. There’s virtually no one on our side.” (293)

Book Citation

Robinson, Jackie. "The Noble Experiment." Comp. Alfred Duckett. The Language of Literature. Vol. 7. Evanston: McDougal Littel, 2002. 288-95. Print.