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This anti-slavery novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe starts a ten-month run in the ‘National Era’ abolitionist newspaper.
1851
Uncle Tom's Cabin
86%
Twelve Years a Slave
7.7%
An American Slave
3.4%
My Bondage and My Freedom
2.8%
This US presidential candidate is shot by Sirhan Sirhan at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. He would die the next day.
1968
Robert Kennedy
84.6%
George C. Wallace
4.4%
Harvey Milk
4.7%
Huey Long
1.8%
This American actor, who also spent time as a rapper and had a hit song, ‘Good Vibrations’, is born.
1971
Mark Wahlberg
79.6%
Matt Damon
4.5%
Leonardo DiCaprio
2.4%
Channing Tatum
8.5%
The first regularly scheduled trip of this passenger train service departs from Paris.
1883
Orient Express
71.6%
Trans-Siberian Railway
8.3%
Constantinople Express
1.8%
French Transcontinental Railway
16.9%
In response to the mobilization of Egyptian forces on the Israeli border, Israel launches surprise strikes against Egyptian airfields, beginning this conflict.
1967
Six-Day War
70.3%
Yom Kippur War
16%
Sinai War
7.7%
Security Zone Conflict
2%
Elvis Presley introduces his new single, ______, on ‘The Milton Berle Show,’ scandalizing the audience with his suggestive hip movements.
1956
Hound Dog
48.8%
All Shook Up
25.8%
Jailhouse Rock
22.3%
Too Much
0.7%
The Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi, orders an attack on the Golden Temple, the holiest site of the ______ religion.
1984
Sikh
43.5%
Hindu
28.5%
Buddhist
21.7%
Christian
1.1%

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