Twice as Good

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Sleeping Bear Press, 2013.
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Richard Michelson., & Richard Michelson|AUTHOR. (2013). Twice as Good. Sleeping Bear Press.

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Richard Michelson and Richard Michelson|AUTHOR. 2013. Twice As Good. Sleeping Bear Press.

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Richard Michelson and Richard Michelson|AUTHOR, Twice As Good. Sleeping Bear Press, 2013.

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    [synopsis] => To nine-year-old Willie Powell, there was no prettier sight than the smooth grass lawns of Edgewater Golf Cource. He had been so eager to see them that he'd run seven miles to where the course was situated outside of town. But his elation didn't last. When he asked two golfers if they'd teach him the game, one man responded by saying, 'Son, didn't anyone ever tell you that your kind is not welcome here?' In the 1920's there was no place for Willie, or any black person, on a golf cource. It was a game for white people only, at least in America. But his enthusiasm for golf and his belief in what he knew to be right drove Willie Powell to change that, and to change minds.
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