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Time Magazine: 80 Days That Changed the World

These 80 days are the days within the last century which Time Magazine has said changed the world. They begin in 1923 with the "Turkey Forced Westward," event and conclude on Jan. 29, 2002, with "The Enemy is Defined," a
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These 80 days are the days within the last century which Time Magazine has said changed the world. They begin in 1923 with the "Turkey Forced Westward," event and conclude on Jan. 29, 2002, with "The Enemy is Defined," a speech by President Bush.

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