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1926 – Born in Vienna on the 4th of September. 1942-1946 – Illich studied theology and philosophy at the Pontifical Gregorian University in the Vatican. 1950 – He asked to be assigned as an assistant parish priest in New York City. 1956 – He was appointed vice-rector of the Catholic University of Puerto Rico. 1960 ..

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US musician and drama, music, and literary critic 1860 – Born at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Studied music in Europe under Alfredo Barili. 1885 – He returned to New York City. 1902 – Wrote "Megalomaniacs" 1902, "Egoists" 1909, "Ivory Apes and Peacocks" 1915, "Steeplejack" 1921. 3.4 / 5 ( ..

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1920 – Born Irving Horenstein in New York on the 11th of June. 1940 – Howe attended City College and graduated, alongside Daniel Bell and Irving Kristol. 1948 – He joined the Independent Socialist League, where he was a central leader and left the ISL to co-found the Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee and then the ..

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1936 – Born on November 30th in Worcester, Massachusetts. American political activist and founder of the Youth International Party (Yippies), who was known for his successful media events. 1959-1960 – Received psychology degrees from both Brandeis University and the University of California at Berkeley. 1968 – Was active in the American civil-rights movement before turning ..

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1905 – Piet Hein was born in Denmark, a direct descendant of the 17th century Dutch naval hero1 often known by the same name. 1924 – He started studying at the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the University of Copenhagen (later to become the Niels Bohr Institute).          – While there, studying quantum physics, ..

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