Mankind, Man's Rectitude, By Jackie Robinson

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In the final paragraph of the essay, Jackie Robinson states how he believes in mankind, man’s rectitude, and the morality of a liberated country. These qualities constitute the essence of righteousness. The belief in virtue is a characteristic that enables civilizations to come together despite all difference. With rectitude, Robinson holds that society has a chance to generate equality between two races. The athlete also maintains that all imperfections, or flaws within society, can be solved by diverse peoples coming together to solve common disputes. Robinson took his step into the majors thinking that he could resolve one of the world’s equilibrium paucities. He took a small step that changed the history of a sport. Although this may have
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