The Games They Played: Sports in American History, 1865-1980

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Taylor Trade Publications, Jan 1, 1983 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 481 pages
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Contents

Sports in the Gilded Age The NineteenthCentury Experience of Sports
1
The Origins and Evolution of Modern Sports 1900 to 1920
39
The Heroic Age The Sports Explosion of the 1920s
67
A Flame in the Dark Depression Era Sports
97
Sports under the Gun The Impact of the Second World War on Sports During the 1940s
137
The Flashy Fifties Sports in the Gray Flannel Suit Era
189
The 1960s A Decade of Turmoil and Change
243
The 1970s The Modern Era in Sports
301
The Future of Sports in America
381
Bibliographic Essay
391
Index
401
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About the author (1983)

Douglas A. Noverr is Professor Emeritus at the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures at Michigan State University.

Lawrence"Larry"Ziewacz was a Professor at Michigan State University and taught in the Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures and the American Thought and Language departments until his death in December, 2003. Articles he has authored or co-authored have been published in journals such as "Michigan History, the Michigan Historical Review, the Sport Sociology Bulletin, Country Music Annual, the Journal of the Great Lakes History Conference, Midwestern Miscellany, and History Reviews of New Books". He co-authored, with Douglas A. Noverr, "The Games They Played: Sports in American History: 1865- 1980".

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