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2015-05-10
Religion and the Cuban Revolution (1959)

It was on this date, January 1, 1959, that Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista fled the country, thereby signifying the success of Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution. “The Pearl of the Antilles,” at the entrance to the Gulf of Mexico, was inhabited by an American Indian people known as the Taíno or Arawak. And since […]

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July 14: John Chancellor

John Chancellor (1927) It was on this date, July 14, 1927, that American news reporter, anchor, and NBC commentator John Chancellor was born in Chicago, Illinois. A high school drop-out, Chancellor got his first job as a copy boy at the Chicago Sun-Times. From there his assignments extended from the 1957 desegregation of Central High […]



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