William C. Kashatus is a historian, educator, and writer. A regular contributor to the?Philadelphia Inquirer, Kashatus earned a doctorate in American history at the University of Pennsylvania. He is author of more than a dozen baseball books, including?September Swoon: Richie Allen, the 1964 Phillies and Racial Integration, which was recognized by Elysian Fields Quarterly Review as the "most important baseball book of 2004." Kashatus lives in Chester County, Pennsylvania, with his wife and three sons.


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