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1942 – Born on March 4th in Orangeburg, South Carolina. American administrator and lawyer. 1964 – Dean Speth graduated summa cum laude from Yale College and attended Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar earning a M.Litt. in economics. 1970-1977 – He was senior attorney wth the Natural Resources Defense Council, an organization he co-founded. 1981 ..

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US (English-born) textile industrialist   immigrated to US 1789 and reproduced Richard Arkwright's inventions from memory, because direct export of Arkwright's plans or machines from England was forbidden   founded Almy, Brown and Slater factory in Pawtucket 1793   father of US cotto..

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U.S. philosopher, educator and one-time Democratic candidate for Massachusetts governorship (1990 vs. Republican candidate William Weld). President of Boston University 1971-1996, 2002-2005.  Chancellor 2005-2007 Wrote collection of essays and speeches entitled "Straight Shooting: What’s Wrong With America and How to Fix It" (1989). Is a University Professor of Philosophy at Boston University and a renowned ..

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1911 – Born on the 4th of July. 1940 – He published a prominent physics textbook, The Modern Theory of Solids. 1949 – He served as a professor of physics at the University of Illinois. 1962 – He served as the president of the National Academy of Sciences. 1968 – He was president of Rockefeller ..

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1850 – He was born this year in Romania. He received his early education from his father.   1890 – He was appointed to the faculty at Cambridge University, serving as a lecturer in talmudics and reader in rabbinics.   1896 – His greatest academic fame came from his exposition in this year, of the ..

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