Etiquette Expert Blended Common Sense, Courtesy

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Pioneering cultural historian Jacques Barzun was the author of dozens of books and essays on everything from philosophy to music to baseball. He died Thursday in San Antonio at the age of 104. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Cultural Historian Jacques Barzun Dies At 104

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Surfer Takayama Was An Innovator In Board Design

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Alf Kumalo, a celebrated South African photographer, died Sunday of prostate cancer in Soweto. He was 82. Here, he is seen in April outside the Magistrate Court in Johannesburg, while pursuing a hate speech case against a white man he accused of attacking him with a racial slur. Themba Hadebe/AP hide caption

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Remembering Activist And Actor Russell Means

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Indian Activist, Actor Russel Means Dies

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Life After Running For President, And Losing

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Democratic presidential candidate George McGovern talks about the bombs being used in Vietnam at a $250-a-person fundraising dinner in Los Angeles on Sept. 27, 1972. AP hide caption

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McGovern, From WWII Pilot To Embattled Candidate

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McGovern listens to a constituent in 1974. Jim Mone/AP hide caption

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McGovern Legacy Offers More Than A Lost Presidency

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Former Sen. George McGovern (D-S.C.) accepts the Democratic nomination for president at the 1972 Democratic National Convention in Miami Beach, Fla. AP hide caption

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World War II Vet Lomax Was 'Soldier Who Forgave'

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