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There are a number of ways of making a protest. Some, if we're led to believe, want to loot and burn down stores and throw bricks at the police to make a point while others tend to use small gestures which tend to have a big impact. Tommie Smith decided to make a stand and his choice of protest has stood the test of time as one of the most powerful moments in the history of the modern world.
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IT REMAINS the defining image of the Olympics: the American m sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos, who have just won gold and bronze medals, giving a black-power salute with gloved fists on the victory podium while the silver medallist, Australia's Peter Norman, stands beside them impassively, looking straight ahead. In fact, Norman, who died yesterday at 64 after a heart attack while mowing his lawn in Melbourne, was not at all fazed by the Americans' protest. On the contrary: he knew it was coming and gave it his tacit support by wearing an American human rights badge on his tracksuit during the medals ceremony.