A history of baseball since 1921 describes the qpaternalistic era, q when racial segregation was rigidly maintained, and the qinflationary era, q when unions fought for increasingly higher pay and occupational mobility.Players, Owners, aamp; American Baseball Since 1921 Robert Fredrick Burk ... Kansas City, and California) would qualify for aid on a sliding scale with a maximum of about $9 million going to the poorest. ... The NBA had operated a 53 percent limit with aquot;soft-capaquot; loopholes for a decade, and the NHL had adopted a 61.4 percentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Much More Than a Game|
|Author||:||Robert Fredrick Burk|
|Publisher||:||Univ of North Carolina Press - 2001|