Baseball’s First All-Star Game, a Gimmick That EnduredLawrence Goldstone
July 10 (Bloomberg) -- In 1928, to capitalize on a booming economy that everyone just knew would continue to improve, a group of Chicago businessmen decided to commemorate the city’s centennial by promoting a 1933 World’s Fair.
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