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Can you name the lies from two truths (READ NOTE)?

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(a) Karl Marx died in England, (b) Leon Trotsky died in Mexico, (c) Che Guevara died in Cuba
(a) Silvio Berlusconi was Prime Minister of Italy, (b) Alexander Hamilton was President of the United States, (c) Clement Attlee was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
(a) The Hundred Years' War lasted 116 years, (b) The Korean War lasted four years, (c) The Spanish Civil War lasted three years
(a) Henry Fonda served in World War II, (b) John Wayne served in World War II, (c) Jimmy Stewart served in World War II
(a) Alan Shepard walked on the Moon, (b) Buzz Aldrin walked on the Moon, (c) James Lovell walked on the Moon
(a) The sound barrier was first broken in 1953, (b) The first human spaceflight was in 1961, (c) The first powered flight was in 1903
(a) Martin Luther was excommunicated by the Catholic Church, (b) Fidel Castro was excommunicated by the Catholic Church, (c) Galileo was excommunicated by the Catholic Church
(a) James Polk died in office, (b) James Garfield was assassinated, (c) James Buchanan never married
(a) Steven Chu was born in Taiwan, (b) John McCain was born in Panama, (c) Madeleine Albright was born in Czechoslovakia
(a) Belgium was once ruled by Austria, (b) Suriname was once ruled by the Netherlands, (c) Mozambique was once ruled by France

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Created Mar 14, 2012ReportNominate
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