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John L. Sullivan, the last of the great bare knuckling fighters of the 19th century, was America's first international pop culture superstar. The great John L was also the first national 'Bad Boy', making front page news for barroom brawling, wife-beating, and knocking out a trolley horse with one punch. A bully and a bigot, Sullivan was also a generous man who gave away the fortune he made in boxing to the needy. John L. Sullivan is also the first American professional athlete to turn to acting once his boxing skills had eroded. John L. Sullivan was the 'best and the worst' of the Glided Age.
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Steven Gerard Farrell is an Assistant Professor in the Speech Communication Department at Greenville Technical College. He has been in the field of Education for almost thirty years, including a decade of teaching overseas in Japan and Saudi Arabia. Boston Knuckles is his third published book. Steven Gerard Farrell's article, Mickey Machine Gun Is Back: The Return of the Irish-American to the Silver Screen
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Book Description Bookstand Publishing, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1589095170
Book Description Bookstand Publishing, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1589095170