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What Young People Can Learn From Henry ‘Hank’ Aaron

His life is one for the record books

Henry “Hank” Aaron visits the Wyomissing Area High School baseball team on May 4, 1988. Photo: Bill Uhrich/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle/Getty Images

Henry “Hank” Aaron first came to my attention in the 1957 World Series — a few days shy of my sixth birthday.

The ’57 World Series was the first baseball game my family ever watched on a television set. We were farmers, and before then, radio had beamed information and entertainment into…

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