The man who knew answer to all African-American problems

Booker T. Washington, the founder of Tuskegee Institute, delivered an address at Memorial Hall in Columbus, Ohio, May 24, 1900. The description of an was recorded in “The Booker T. Washington Papers,” Vol. 5: 1899-1900, (University of Illinois Press, 1976, p. 543-544): “Dr. via Pocket
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Forty years on from the fall of Saigon: witnessing the end of the Vietnam war | News | The Guardian

When North Vietnamese troops marched into the capital on 30 April 1975, it marked the most crushing defeat in US military history. Four decades after he reported on these events for the Guardian, Martin Woollacott reflects upon what it meant for the future of both nations via Pocket
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TIL The term “Fragging” used in video games originated during the Vietnam War, and was the act of throwing a live grenade in your commanding officers tent while he slept… with over 900 cases towards the end of the war. : todayilearned

TIL The term “Fragging” used in video games originated during the Vietnam War, and was the act of throwing a live grenade in your commanding officers tent while he slept… with over 900 cases towards the end of the war.(R.1) Not supported (en.wikipedia.org) via Pocket
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10 Events We Can’t Figure Out From The Vietnam War – Listverse

The Vietnam War was one of the most controversial conflicts in recent history. In a time when men had no choice but to fight a war overseas for reasons that many of their friends and family didn’t even understand, few were able to separate the soldier from the war. via Pocket
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Words of wisdom from a (former) ardent Communist

The Vietnam War Memorial was dedicated Nov. 13, 1982, honoring 58,000 American troops who died. U.S. forces inflicted over a million enemy fatalities, yet involvement by politicians thwarted victory. via Pocket
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Warren Buffett on anti-Trumpsters: Get ‘behind president’

(CNBC) — Multibillionaire investor and prominent Hillary Clinton booster Warren Buffett backed President-elect Donald Trump on Saturday, telling CNN in an interview that it was important that a deeply divided electorate “coalesce” around the newly elected leader of the free world. via Pocket
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David Horowitz at UCSD 5/10/2010. Hosted by Young Americans for Freedom and DHFC – YouTube

A Muslim Jew-hater and supporter of genocide is flushed out by David Horowitz at a speech during “Israel Apartheid Week at the University of California San Diego. Horowitz was hosted by Young Americans for Freedom. Visit the Horowitz Freedom Center Website at http://www.frontpagemag.com. via Pocket
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