| Year || Event |
|1848|| Karl Marx publishes The Communist Manifesto. |
|1863|| President Abraham Lincoln (R) signs the National Currency Act into law. Another step in the centralization of power for the U.S.
|1951|| The 22nd Amendment is approved and becomes law. It limits holding the office of the presidency to two terms. |
|1985|| Corazon Aquino wins the Philippine presidency away from U.S supported dictator, Ferdinand Marcos. |
|1993|| New York's World Trade Center is bombed by terrorists. Six Middle Eastern men were later convicted in this act of vengeance for the Palestinian people. |
|1997|| Democratic fund-raisers "explicitly sold invitations to White House coffees with President Clinton" (The New York Times, 2/26/97). Clinton (D) even authorized overnight stays in the Lincoln bedroom in exchange for generous contributions to the Democratic Party. |