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        Wouldn't you like to know what the rest of the world was doing
        on the day you were slapped on your butt, oh, I mean, on the day when your mother saw you for the first time?


        I am going to tell you what happened on your birthday if you post your date of birth!

        So why don't I start with mine!

        August,15

        Henry Ford leaves Edison to start automobile company-1899

        Henry Ford left his family's farm in Dearborn, Michigan, at age 16 to work in the machine shops of Detroit. In 1888, he married Clara Bryant, and they had a son, Edsel, in 1893. That same year, Ford was made chief engineer at Edison. Charged with keeping the city's electricity flowing, Ford was on call 24 hours a day, with no regular working hours, and when not working could tinker away at his real goal of building a gasoline-powered vehicle. He completed his first functioning gasoline engine at the end of 1893, his first horseless carriage, called the Quadricycle, by 1896.

        Panama Canal open to traffic-1914

        The American-built waterway across the Isthmus of Panama, connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, is inaugurated with the passage of the U.S. vessel Ancon, a cargo and passenger ship.

        World war l...Japan gives ultimatum to Germany-1914

        On this day in 1914, the government of Japan sends an ultimatum to Germany, demanding the removal of all German ships from Japanese and Chinese waters and the surrender of control of Tsingtao—the location of Germany’s largest overseas naval bases, located on China’s Shantung Peninsula—to Japan by noon on August 23...

        India and Pakistan win independence-Aug 15, 1947

        The Indian Independence Bill, which carves the independent nations of India and Pakistan out of the former Mogul Empire, comes into force at the stroke of midnight. The long-awaited agreement ended 200 years of British rule and was hailed by Indian independence leader Mohandas Gandhi as the "noblest act of the British nation." However, religious strife between Hindus and Muslims, which had delayed Britain's granting of Indian independence after World War II, soon marred Gandhi's exhilaration. In the northern province of Punjab, which was sharply divided between Hindu-dominated India and Muslim-dominated Pakistan, hundreds of people were killed in the first few days after independence.

        Berlin Wall built-1961

        Two days after sealing off free passage between East and West Berlin with barbed wire, East German authorities begin building a wall--the Berlin Wall--to permanently close off access to the West. For the next 28 years, the heavily fortified Berlin Wall stood as the most tangible symbol of the Cold War--a literal "iron curtain" dividing Europe.


        Cold war...Khrushchev announces he is ready to begin arms talks-1964

        Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev declares that he is ready to begin disarmament talks with the West. Though the Russian leader declined to discuss specific plans for disarmament, his statement was interpreted as an indication that he sought to limit the possibility of nuclear conflict between the Soviet Union and the Western powers.


        Heavy fighting erupts in and around the DMZ-Aug 15, 1968

        Heavy fighting intensifies in and around the DMZ, as South Vietnamese and U.S. troops engage a North Vietnamese battalion. In a seven and a half hour battle, 165 enemy troops were killed. At the same time, U.S. Marines attacked three strategic positions just south of the DMZ, killing 56 North Vietnamese soldiers.

        The Woodstock Music Festival opens on a patch of farmland in White Lake, a hamlet in the upstate New York town of Bethel.-1969

        Early estimates of attendance increased from 50,000 to around 200,000, but by the time the gates opened on Friday, August 15, more than 400,000 people were clamoring to get in. Those without tickets simply walked through gaps in the fences, and the organizers were eventually forced to make the event free of charge. Folk singer and guitarist Richie Havens kicked off the event with a long set, and Joan Baez and Arlo Guthrie also performed on Friday night.

        Apocalypse Now, the acclaimed Vietnam War film directed by Francis Ford Coppola, opens in theaters around the United States.-1979

        At the time of the film’s release, Coppola, who was born in 1939, was already famous for writing and directing The Godfather (1972) and The Godfather Part II (1974). Following Apocalypse Now, he went on to direct such movies as The Outsiders (1983), The Godfather Part III (1990) and Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992).

        Hurricane Alicia pounds Texas coast-1983

        Hurricane Alicia forms south of Louisiana in the Gulf of Mexico on this day in 1983. Three days later, the Texas Gulf Coast is slammed by the storm, causing 21 deaths, thousands of injuries and billions of dollars in damages.

        People born on August 15

        1912 - Julia Child Pasadena Calif, chef (French Chef)
        1769 - Napoleon Bonaparte, resident of Elba (emperor 1804-13, 1814-15)
        1925 - Mike Connors Fresno Calif, actor (Joe Mannix-Mannix, Night Kill)
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        Yeah!  November 19!  (mine's 1957)
        I already got one to start- Gettysburg Address....
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        november 19th-The day ladywithgun and Chilly were born!

        Thousands perish in St. Petersburg flood-1824

        On this day, a flood on the Neva River in Russia claims an estimated 10,000 lives.

        Winter came early to Russia in 1824. The very cold weather caused blocks of ice to form on the Neva River, near the city of St. Petersburg. Enough ice developed that the river's flow was nearly stopped for several weeks. Water backed up behind the ice, but did not freeze. As a result, when the weather briefly warmed, the ice jam broke apart and the water overwhelmed the city's dam.

        Lincoln delivers Gettysburg Address-1863

        On November 19, 1863, at the dedication of a military cemetery at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, during the American Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln delivers one of the most memorable speeches in American history. In just 272 words, Lincoln brilliantly and movingly reminded a war-weary public why the Union had to fight, and win, the Civil War.

        Hitler urges Spain to grab Gibraltar-1940

        Adolf Hitler tells Spanish Foreign Minister Serano Suner to make good on an agreement for Spain to attack Gibraltar, a British-controlled region. This would seal off the Mediterranean and trap British troops in North Africa...

        Pele scores 1,000th goal-1969

        Brazilian soccer great Pele-(considered one of the greatest soccer players ever to take the field)- scores his 1,000th professional goal in a game, against Vasco da Gama in Rio de Janeiro's Maracana stadium. It was a major milestone in an illustrious career that included three World Cup championships.

        Cambodians appeal for help-1971

        Cambodians appeal to Saigon for help as communist forces move closer to Phnom Penh. Saigon officials revealed that in the previous week, an eight-person Cambodian delegation flew to the South Vietnamese capital to officially request South Vietnamese artillery and engineer support for beleaguered Cambodian government troops. Cambodian Premier Lon Nol and his troops were involved in a life or death struggle with the communist Khmer Rouge force and their North Vietnamese allies for control of the country.

        One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest debuts-1975

        On this day, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, a film about a group of patients at a mental institution, opens in theaters. Directed by Milos Forman and based on a 1962 novel of the same name by Ken Kesey, the film starred Jack Nicholson and was co-produced by the actor Michael Douglas. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest went on to become the first film in four decades to win in all five of the major Academy Award categories: Best Actor (Nicholson), Best Actress (Louise Fletcher, who played Nurse Ratched), Best Director, Best Screenplay (Adapted) and Best Picture.

        Patty Hearst out on bail-1976

        Patricia Campbell Hearst, a granddaughter of the legendary publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst, is released on bail pending the appeal of her conviction for participating in a 1974 San Francisco bank robbery that was caught on camera...

        Sadat visits Israel-1977

        In an unprecedented move for an Arab leader, Egyptian president Anwar el-Sadat travels to Jerusalem to seek a permanent peace settlement with Israel after decades of conflict. Sadat's visit, in which he met with Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin and spoke before the Knesset (Parliament), was met with outrage in most of the Arab world.

        Reagan and Gorbachev hold their first summit meeting-1985

        For the first time in eight years, the leaders of the Soviet Union and the United States hold a summit conference. Meeting in Geneva, President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev produced no earth-shattering agreements. However, the meeting boded well for the future, as the two men engaged in long, personal talks and seemed to develop a sincere and close relationship.

        Chevy Cavalier heads to Japan-1993

        Toyota and General Motors sign an historic agreement: Beginning in 1996, GM will offer its bestselling Chevy Cavalier, refitted with right-hand drive, for sale in Japan. The Cavalier was one of the first American automobiles to hit the Japanese market.

        People born on November 19

        1899 - Allen Tate(poet and critic)
        1907- Jack Schaefer(the author of Shane)
        1931- James A. Garfield(President)
        1942 - Calvin Klein fashion designer (Calvin Klein Jeans)
        1962 - Jodie Foster Bronx NYC, actress (Taxi Driver, Accused)
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        Chilly...
        Thought it would be interesting to find out some fun facts of the year you were born...

        Tuesday, November 19, 1957

        Prices

        Bread:$0.19/loaf
        Milk:  $1.00/gal
        Eggs: $0.83/doz
        Car:   $2,100
        Gas:  $0.31/gal
        House: $18,000
        Stamp: $0.03/ea
        Avg Income:$5,443/yr
        Min Wage: $1.00/hr

        Top Songs

        Young Love by Tab Hunter   
        Love Letters In the Sand by Pat Boone   
        April Love by Pat Boone   
        Honeycomb by Jimmie Rodgers   
        Jailhouse Rock by Elvis Presley   
        All Shook Up by Elvis Presley   
        Wake Up Little Susie by Everly Brothers   
        Teddy Bear by Elvis Presley   
        Tammy by Debbie Reynolds   
        You Send Me by Sam Cooke   

        Academy Award Winners


        Best Picture: The Bridge On The River Kwai
        Directed By David Lean

        Best Actor: Alec Guinness
        in The Bridge On The River Kwai

        Best Actress: Joanne Woodward
        in The Three Faces Of Eve

        On TV

        The Burns and Allen Show   
        I Love Lucy   
        Alfred Hitchcock Presents 
        Perry Mason   
        Gunsmoke   
        Dragnet 
        Leave it to Beaver   
        The Ed Sullivan Show 

        Hot New Toys

        Radio Flyer "Radio Rancher"   
        Tonka Trucks 

        Top Books

        Miracles on Maple Hill by Virginia Sorensen   
        On the Road by Jack Kerouac   
        The Wapshot Chronicles by John Cheever   
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        What a great thread, and interesting happenings on the days you guys were born...

        I will try it too...

        January 11
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        i was born in 1964    just fyi  and wow thanks  this is cool
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        Ok... let's see what March 8, 1988 brings
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        January 11-The day Jaybean was born!!!

        Jewish Patriot joins Provincial Congress of South Carolina-1775

        Francis Salvador, the first Jew to hold an elected office in the Americas, takes his seat on the South Carolina Provincial Congress on this day in 1775.

        Alabama secedes-1861

        Alabama becomes the fourth state to secede from the Union when a convention votes 61 to 39 in favor of the measure. Alabama had a much closer vote than other states, due to strong Unionist sentiment in the northern part of the state.

        Battle of Arkansas Post-1863

        Union General John McClernand and Admiral David Porter capture Arkansas Post, a Confederate stronghold on the Arkansas River. The victory secured central Arkansas for the Union and lifted northern morale just three weeks after the disastrous Battle of Fredericksburg.

        Roosevelt dedicates the Grand Canyon as a national monument-1908

        President Theodore Roosevelt places the Grand Canyon under public protection, declaring it a national monument. In a statement made during a visit to the Grand Canyon in 1903, Roosevelt indicated his intention to preserve one of America's most unique natural sites. He urged Americans to "let this great wonder of nature remain as it now is. Do nothing to mar its grandeur, sublimity and loveliness. You cannot improve on it. But what you can do is to keep it for your children, your children's children, and all who come after you, as the one great sight which every American should see."

        French forces occupy Corfu-1916

        To provide a safe and stable haven for the growing number of refugees pouring out of the devastated Balkan state of Serbia, French forces take formal military control of the Greek island of Corfu on this day in 1916.

        Charlie Chaplin’s assets frozen-1927

        Charlie Chaplin’s $16 million estate is frozen by court receivers after his second wife, Lita Grey Chaplin, sues for divorce. Lita was a 16-year-old hopeful actress when the 35-year-old Chaplin married her in 1924. The bitter and prolonged divorce ended a three-year marriage with a $1 million settlement.

        Violence erupts at GM plant strike-1937

        Nearly two weeks into a sit-down strike by General Motors (GM) auto workers at the Fisher Body Plant No. 2 in Flint, Michigan, a riot breaks out when police try to prevent the strikers from receiving food deliveries from supporters on the outside. Strikers and police officers alike were injured in the melee, which was later nicknamed the "Battle of the Running Bulls." After the January 11 riot, Michigan governor Frank Murphy called in the National Guard to surround the plant. However, the governor, who wanted to preserve his reputation as a friend to the workingman, decided against ordering troops into the plant.

        Nazi enforcers terrorize German POWs in U.S. internment camps-1944

        Franz Kettner, a private in the German army and a prisoner of war at Camp Concordia in Kansas, is killed by a Nazi kangaroo court. Internment camps for German prisoners of war were dominated by Nazi enforcers, who killed as many as 150 of their fellow prisoners during World War II. Only seven were officially considered murder. Kettner's wrists were slashed so that his death would be recorded as a suicide.

        Truce signed in Greek Civil War-1945

        On this day, fighting in the civil war stops when a political truce is signed between the British-backed Democratic National Army and the communist rebel National Liberation Front.

        Flash flood in Rio-1966

        In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, more than 10 inches of rain falls in 12 hours on this day in 1966, causing a flash flood. Four hundred people were killed and 50,000 needed to be evacuated due to the sudden influx of water

        American League adopts designated hitter rule-1973

        The owners of America's 24 major league baseball teams vote to allow teams in the American League (AL) to use a "designated pinch-hitter" that could bat for the pitcher, while still allowing the pitcher to stay in the game.

        Reagan gives his farewell address-1989

        After eight years as president of the United States, Ronald Reagan gives his farewell address to the American people. In his speech, President Reagan spoke with particular enthusiasm about the foreign policy achievements of his administration.

        People born on January 11

        1755 – Alexander Hamilton, Nevis born American Founding Father, economist, and political philosopher; 1st United States Secretary of the Treasury

        1946 – Naomi Judd

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        well,  i would rather concentrate on just the day itself, i know quite a bit of history of the year...
        1963, but you can go with that angle too if you want, either way...this really is cool.
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        thanks nan!  this is really interesting....not all good, but interesting!!

        boy charlie chaplin was a zillionaire for his time...too bad that for his assets on my birthday, i usually just freeze my ass...hehe  (bad winter man) 
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        This is for you,Ladywithgun...

        Thursday, November 19, 1964

        Prices

        Bread: $0.21/loaf
        Milk: $1.06/gal
        Eggs: $0.98/doz
        Car: $2,350
        Gas: $0.30/gal
        House: $20,500
        Stamp: $0.05/ea
        Avg Income: $7,336/yr
        Min Wage: $1.25/hr

        Academy Award Winners

        Best Picture: My Fair Lady
        Directed By George Cukor
        Best Actor: Rex Harrison
        in My Fair Lady
        Best Actress: Julie Andrews
        in Mary Poppins

        On TV

        The Dick Van Dyke Show   
        The Beverly Hillbillies   
        The Man From U.N.C.L.E. 
        Gilligan's Island   
        The Flinstones   
        Bewitched 
        The Fugitive   
        The Addams Family   
        The Twilight Zone 
        The Andy Griffith Show 

        Hot New Toys

        Hot New Toys in 1964
        Nutty Mads   
        Gun That Shoots Around The Corner   
        Bobbing Head Beatles Dolls 
        Foto-Electric Pro Football Hall of Fame Game   
        Addams Family "Thing" Bank   
        Easy Bake Oven 
        Agent Zero-M Invisible Ink Set   
        Creepy Crawlers   
        Mad Magazine Straight Jacket 

        Top Books

        It's Like This, Cat by Emily Cheney Neville   
        Why We Can't Wait, Martin Luther King by Jr.   
        Shadow and Act by Ralph Ellison   
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        What was happening in the world on March 08 when Chantellee was born!

        Mount Etna erupts-1669

        Mount Etna, on the island of Sicily in modern-day Italy, begins rumbling. Multiple eruptions over the next few weeks killed more than 20,000 people and left thousands more homeless. Most of the victims could have saved themselves by fleeing, but stayed, in a vain attempt to save their city.

        Pennsylvania militiamen senselessly murder Patriot allies-1782

        160 Pennsylvania militiamen murder 96 Christian Indians--39 children, 29 women and 28 men--by hammering their skulls with mallets from behind as they kneel unarmed, praying and singing, in their Moravian Mission at Gnadenhuetten in the Ohio Country. The Patriots then piled their victims' bodies in mission buildings before burning the entire community to the ground. Two boys managed to survive, although one had lost his scalp to his attackers. Although the militiamen claimed they were seeking revenge for Indian raids on their frontier settlements,the Indians they murdered had played no role in any attack.

        Anglo-Ottoman force takes Abukir Bay-1801

        During the Napoleonic Wars, combined British and Ottoman forces successfully establish a foothold in French-occupied Egypt at Abukir Bay. In taking the strategic naval port, some 1,100 British soldiers perished, including Sir Ralph Abercromby, the commander of the amphibious operation.

        C.S.S. Virginia terrorizes Union navy-1862

        The Confederate ironclad Virginia wrecks havoc on a Yankee squadron off Hampton Roads, Virginia.
        The C.S.S. Virginia was originally the U.S.S. Merrimack, a forty-gun frigate launched in 1855. The Merrimack served in the Caribbean and was the flagship of the Pacific fleet in the late 1850s. In early 1860, the ship was decommissioned for extensive repairs at the Gosport Navy Yard in Norfolk, Virginia. It was still there when the war began in April 1861, and Union sailors sank the ship as the yard was evacuated. Six weeks later, a salvage company raised the ship and the Confederates began rebuilding it.

        February Revolution begins in Russia-1917

        In Russia, the February Revolution (known as such because of Russia's use of the Julian calendar) begins on this day in 1917, when riots and strikes over the scarcity of food erupt in Petrograd (now St. Petersburg).

        By 1917, most Russians had lost faith in the leadership ability of the czarist regime. Government corruption was rampant, the Russian economy remained backward and Czar Nicholas II had repeatedly dissolved the Dumas, the Russian parliamentary groups established to placate the masses after the Revolution of 1905, each time they opposed his will. But the immediate cause of the February Revolution—the first phase of the more sweeping Russian Revolution of 1917—was Russia's disastrous involvement in World War I...

        Thomas Wolfe's second novel, Of Time and the River, is published-1935

        Scribner's publishes Thomas Wolfe's second novel, Of Time and the River. Wolfe started the novel, a sequel to his highly acclaimed debut novel, Look Homeward, Angel, in 1931, but it took him and his editor, Maxwell Perkins, years to edit the work.

        Dutch surrender on Java-1942

        On this day, Dutch forces surrender to the Japanese after two months of fighting.

        Java is an island of modern-day Indonesia, and it lies southeast of Malaysia and Sumatra, south of Borneo, and west of Bali. The Dutch had been in Java since 1596, establishing the Dutch East India Company, a trading company with headquarters at Batavia (modern-day Jakarta), which the Dutch commandeered in 1619. The Dutch East India Company began to assert greater and greater control over the Muslim kingdoms of the East Indies, transforming them into vassal states, with peasants growing rice, sugar, pepper, and coffee for the Dutch government. The company was dissolved in 1799 because of debts and corruption, and the Dutch government took control of the East Indies directly.

        VW bus, icon of counterculture movement, goes into production-1950

        Volkswagen, maker of the Beetle automobile, expands its product offerings to include a microbus, which goes into production on this day in 1950. Known officially as the Volkswagen Type 2 (the Beetle was the Type 1) or the Transporter, the bus was a favorite mode of transportation for hippies in the U.S. during the 1960s and became an icon of the American counterculture movement.

        The Lonely Hearts Killers are executed-1951

        The Lonely Hearts Killers, Martha Beck and Raymond Martinez Fernandez, are executed in the electric chair at Sing Sing Prison in New York. The strange couple had schemed to seduce, rob and murder women who placed personal ads in newspapers. Beck and Fernandez boasted to killing as many as seventeen women in this manner, but evidence suggests that there may have been only four victims.

        Ali battles Frazier for heavyweight championship-1971

        Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier meet for the "Fight of the Century" at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The bout marked Ali’s return to the marquee three-and-a-half years after boxing commissions revoked his license over his refusal to fight in the Vietnam War. It was also Ali’s first chance to win back the heavyweight championship, which had been stripped by the WBA (World Boxing Association).

        United States accuses Soviets of using poison gas-1982

        The United States government issues a public statement accusing the Soviet Union of using poison gas and chemical weapons in its war against rebel forces in Afghanistan. The accusation was part of the continuing U.S. criticism of the Soviet intervention in Afghanistan.

        People born on March 8

        1841 - Oliver Wendell Holmes Massachusetts, 59th Supreme Court justice (1902-32)

        1921 - Cyd Charisse [Tula Ellice Finklea] Amarillo TX, dancer/actress (East Side West Side, Brigadoon)

        1859 - Kenneth Grahame, author (Wind, Willows)

        1943 - Lynn Redgrave London England, actress (Georgie Girl) Weight-Watcher
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        This is for you,Chantellee!!! :'X

        Tuesday, March 08, 1988

        Prices

        Bread: $0.61/loaf
        Milk: $2.00/gal
        Eggs: $1.13/doz
        Car: $14,065
        Gas: $0.96/gal
        House: $138,300
        Stamp: $0.25/ea
        Avg Income: $38,608/yr
        Min Wage: $3.35/hr

        Academy Award Winners

        Best Picture: Rain Man
        Produced By United Artists
        Best Actor: Duston Hoffman
        in Rain Man
        Best Actress: Jodie Foster
        in The Accused

        On TV

        The Golden Girls   
        Married... With Children   
        Murphy Brown 
        The Wonder Years   
        China Beach 
        Star Trek: The Next Generation   
        Roseanne   
        The Cosby Show 
        Moonlighting 

        Hot New Toys

        Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures   
        Micro Machines   
        Super Soaker 
        Power Drencher   
        Dino Riders 

        Top Books

        Lincoln: A Photobiography by Russell Freedman   
        Battle Cry of Freedom by James M. McPherson   
        A Bright Shining Lie by Neil Sheehan 
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        Here is the chart for our Friday baby,Jaybean!

        Friday, January 11, 1963

        Prices

        Bread: $0.21/loaf
        Milk: $1.04/gal
        Eggs: $0.96/doz
        Car: $2,300
        Gas: $0.30/gal
        House: $19,300
        Stamp: $0.05/ea
        Avg Income: $6,998/yr
        Min Wage: $1.25/hr

        Academy Award Winners

        Best Picture: Tom Jones
        Directed By Tony Richardson
        Best Actor: Sidney Poitier
        in Lilies Of The Field
        Best Actress: Patricia Neal
        in Hud

        On TV

        The Twilight Zone   
        Bonanza   
        The Andy Griffith Show 
        The Dick Van Dyke Show   
        The Flinstones   
        Perry Mason 
        The Fugitive   
        Alfred Hitchcock Presents   
        Leave it to Beaver 
        The Beverly Hillbillies 

        Hot New Toys

        Mouse Trap   
        Easy-Bake Oven   
        Rat Fink 
        Bowl-A-Matic   
        Weird-Ohs   
        Air Blaster Gun 
        Jetsons Fun Pad Game 

        Top Books

        Six Easy Pieces by Richard P. Feynman   
        The Rise of the West by William H. McNeill   
        A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle   
        The Making of the English Working Class by E. P. Thompson   

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