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So Far, No One Confuses Bradley With Gibson

June 12, 2004

It is a shame that Milton Bradley did not have the advantage of being born white rather than black. If he had, his bad temper would be given the positive qualities of leadership, competitiveness and a fiery spirit, a la Kirk Gibson. Instead he is portrayed as immature and a jerk by your readers in last week's Viewpoint.

Jeff Brown

Gardena

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