|Year|| Event |
|1861|| United States House of Representatives unanimously passes a resolution guaranteeing noninterference with slavery in any state. |
|1916|| Emma Goldman arrested for lecturing on birth control. |
|1945|| U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt (D), Russian Prime Minister Joseph Stalin and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill agree at Yalta to establish a body devoted to fostering international peace. |
|1971|| The United States and Russia sign a treaty banning nuclear weapons testing in the oceans. |
|1979|| The bloody Iranian revolution begins and the U.S. & British installed Shah's reign is over. |
|1990|| Nelson Mandela released after twenty-seven years in South African prisons. Later, he becomes the president! |
|1993|| Janet Reno is appointed Attorney General for the U.S. after two previous nominees were rejected. |
|1997|| In Gobles, Michigan, fifteen-year-old Amber Nash is suspended for bringing a kitchen knife to school so she could cut a batch of brownies for a friend's birthday. |
|2011|| Egypt: After tens of thousands people take to the streets across Egypt in angry protests, Hosni Mubarak resigns as president and hands over power to the army. |
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