Jim Brown : last man standing / Dave Zirin.
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- ISBN: 9780399173448
- ISBN: 0399173447
- Physical Description: 320 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Publisher: New York : Blue Rider Press, 
|Formatted Contents Note:||
"It just is what it is" -- Man of steel (the Superman trap) -- The boy they called man -- Man among Browns -- Jim Brown's black power: "If I ever march, I'll march alone" -- Almost a leading man: the Hollywood hustle -- Man up: Gangsters, shot-callers, and fighting to make peace -- Toxic: Manhood and violence against women -- Last man standing.
Jim Brown is recognized as perhaps the greatest football player to ever live. But his phenomenal nine-year career with the Cleveland Browns is only part of his remarkable story, the opening salvo to a much more sprawling epic. Brown parlayed his athletic fame into stardom in Hollywood, where it was thought that he could become "the black John Wayne." He was an outspoken Black Power icon in the 1960s, and he formed Black Economic Unions to challenge racism in the business world. For this and for his decades of work as a truce negotiator with street gangs, Brown--along with such figures as Muhammad Ali, Bill Russell, and Billie Jean King--is revered as a socially conscious athlete.
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