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Martin Luther King disciple who fell from grace

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Jumping to conclusions over Le Lunge : Sport on TV

THIS was the week that Gary Lineker, back from Japan, started his new job as soccer chat-meister - a spot of co-presentation on Football Focus (BBC1, Saturday), some punditry on Match of the Day and Sportsnight (BBC1, Saturday and Wednesday), a pl ace inthe studios of Radio 5 in midweek and also a column in a Sunday newspaper.

When leaders set out to conquer the word

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Out of america:Luther King's dream becomes a nightmare

Washington - Yesterday was Martin Luther King Day. This year, though, it has been hard to concentrate on the deeds of the towering hero of modern America's struggle for racial equality, shot dead in that modern American annus horribilis of 1968. T rue, this most recent of public holidays has seen controversy before, mostly over the refusal of a few outposts of white supremacy to mark the occasion. But such disputes at least were relevant to the civil rights crusade.

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NEAL Ascherson often writes with the pen of prophecy but his extended piece ("How the West was shamed", Review, 11 December) on the impotence of Unprofor in Bosnia has strayed into black pessimism.

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