On This Day: October 14th Quiz Stats

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This children’s book by A. A. Milne is first published.
1926
Winnie-the-Pooh
92.9%
Where the Wild Things Are
2.9%
Goodnight Moon
2%
Corduroy
0.9%
This man receives the Nobel Peace Prize for combating racial inequality through nonviolence.
1964
Martin Luther King Jr.
92.7%
Malcolm X
4.5%
Robert F. Kennedy
0.4%
James Baldwin
0.4%
Adolf Hitler announces that Nazi Germany is withdrawing from this intergovernmental organization, as well as the World Disarmament Conference.
1933
League of Nations
84.8%
NATO
10.3%
International Maritime Organization
2%
International Monetary Fund
1.1%
US President Ronald Reagan proclaims a War on ______.
1982
Drugs
82.2%
Communism
7.9%
Organized Crime
2.7%
Terror
5.2%
This American general and politician, the 34th President of the United States, is born.
1890
Dwight D. Eisenhower
77.4%
Harry S. Truman
7.9%
Franklin D. Roosevelt
11.6%
Herbert Hoover
3%
As part of a Red Bull space diving project, Felix Baumgartner successfully jumps to Earth from a helium balloon in the ______.
2012
Stratosphere
67.8%
Troposphere
14.7%
Exosphere
11%
Thermosphere
4.3%
While campaigning in Milwaukee, this man is shot by a mentally-disturbed saloon keeper. With the bullet still in his chest, he carries out his scheduled public speech.
1912
Theodore Roosevelt
52.8%
Woodrow Wilson
13%
William Howard Taft
20.1%
Eugene V. Debs
13.4%

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