Harriet (Tubman) The Spy

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Manson Follower's Parole Bid Stirs Memories

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The Muslims Who Saved The Jews

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In Vietnam, Calley's My Lai Apology Barely Registers

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How 'Marx's General' Helped Lead The Revolution

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The Kennedys' Most Natural Politician

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Walking Through History At Zion National Park

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Civil War Buffs Clash Over Proposed Wal-Mart

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My Lai Soldier: Apology Could Answer Survivors

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400 Years After Galileo, Astronomy's New Golden Age

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The Age That Forged Christianity And Its Reform

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Flea Market Find Might Carry Lincoln's Last Signature

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Woodstock Memories, Mud And All

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An FBI Man's Inside View of '60s America In Turmoil

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