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Liz Warren: The Next Obama

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Liz Warren: The next Obama

Today in Cold War History
1948 – Soviet consultants leave Yugoslavia in the first sign of the Tito–Stalin split.
1959 – President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs a bill into law allowing for Hawaiian statehood, which would become official on August 21.
1962 – The Évian Accords end the Algerian War of Independence, which had begun in 1954.
1965 – Cosmonaut Alexey Leonov, leaving his spacecraft Voskhod 2 for 12 minutes, becomes the first person to walk in space.
1967 – The supertanker Torrey Canyon runs aground off the Cornish coast.
1968 – Gold standard: The U.S. Congress repeals the requirement for a gold reserve to back US currency.
1969 – The United States begins secretly bombing the Sihanouk Trail in Cambodia, used by communist forces to infiltrate South Vietnam.
1970 – Lon Nol ousts Prince Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia.
1970 – The U.S. postal strike of 1970 begins, one of the largest wildcat strikes in U.S. history.
1970: The press had indicated that a major supply base at Sam Thong was captured by North Vietnam. A hospital operated by Americans as well as a nearby village had been burned. Fortunately, all occupants of the above were warned, and numerous Americans, hospital patients, and Laotian civilians had evacuated. It was known ahead of time that North Vietnam was moving toward Sam Thong from the Plain of Jars before it happened.
1974 – Oil embargo crisis: Most OPEC nations end a five-month oil embargo against the United States, Europe and Japan.
1974: The Golan Heights has the worst day of violence when Syria begins shelling the northern sector of the Golan Heights, captured by Israel in 1967.
1980 – At Plesetsk Cosmodrome in Russia, 50 people are killed by an explosion of a Vostok-2M rocket on its launch pad during a fueling operation.
1990 – Germans in the German Democratic Republic vote in the first democratic elections in the former communist dictatorship.

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