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Publication Date: 2002
Publisher: Nova Science Publishers
Arthur V. Gannes
What is it about baseball that draws so many fans? Most students of human behaviour remain puzzled why in today's impatient society the slow-moving and idyllic sport called baseball holds such a sway on the public consciousness. Why do people pay enormous sums for tickets and parking or sit for hours in front of a television set or argue endlessly over a game? This book does not pretend to answer these questions, but rather gathers the ever-multiplying literature for the last ten years and groups it by subject, providing multiple access points.Arthur V. Gannes is the author of 'Baseball: A Guide to the Literature', published 2002 under ISBN 9781590332139 and ISBN 159033213X.
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