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1927 – Born on April 27th in Marion, Alabama. An American civil rights activist who was the wife of Martin Luther King, Jr.          – She founded in Atlanta, Georgia, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, which was led at the turn of the 21st century by her son Dexter. ..

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1919 – Born on June 19th in Petaluma, California. American film critic. 1966 – She was fired from McCall’s magazine for panning The Sound of Music in her film review column for the magazine. 1967 – Her first piece of film criticism for "The New Yorker" was a glowing review of Bonnie and Clyde, written ..

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1888 – Born on July 10th in Kobe, Japan. Japanese Christian evangelist, humanitarian, and labor leader 1912 – Unionized the shipyard workers. 1914-1916 – He spent two years at Princeton studying techniques for the relief of poverty. 1918-1921 – He organized unions among factory workers and among farmers. 1923 – He was asked to supervise ..

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US author, literary critic, and educator   president of American Academy of Arts and Sciences 1944-1951   wrote "The Theory of American Literature" 1948, "O Strange New World: American Culture-The Formative Years" 1964 (Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction 1965), "Jeffersonianism and the American Novel" 1967 1.5 / 5 (..

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