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80 Days That Changed the World

80 Days That Changed the World You won't be able to stop clicking through these 'days that changed the world.' Time Magazine provides powerful pictures and just enough narrative to tell the story. These events are great examples of how the world can be changed in just one day starting in 1923 with the
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80 Days That Changed the World


You won't be able to stop clicking through these 'days that changed the world.' Time Magazine provides powerful pictures and just enough narrative to tell the story. These events are great examples of how the world can be changed in just one day starting in 1923 with the "Turkey Forced Westward" event through Jan. 29, 2002, "The Enemy is Defined," a speech by President Bush.

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