From interviews with collectors, dealers, and hobbyists as well as analyses of the baseball card industry and extensive firsthand observations, John Bloom explores what this hobby tells us about nostalgia, work, play, masculinity, and race and gender relations among collectors. “An important exploration of the persuasiveness and meaning of commodities in American life.” --George Lipsitz, University of California, San Diego.
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