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August

Aug. 28 - Sept. 3: "Earthlings" introduced to the Galaxy as Hurricane Katrina was strengthened by solar-galactic activity (2005)

Aug. 14-20: Rear Adm. François Joseph Paul, comte de Grasse, Don Francisco Saavedra de Sangronis, and "the women of Havana." (1781)

February

Feb. 7-13: The 250th Birthday of "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" (1766)

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November

Nov. 22-28: MacArthur vs. the British Empire’s World War Threat, Part IV (November 25, 1950): China Launches Full-Scale Intervention

Nov. 15-21: U.S. Astronauts Return to the Lunar Surface, November 19, 1969

Nov. 8-14: Helga Zepp-LaRouche on the Birthday of Friedrich Schiller, November 10, 1759

Nov. 1-7: Prince of Wales Toured United States as Secession Crisis Threatened; British Heir to Throne Witnessed Election of Abraham Lincoln (November 6, 1860)

October

Oct. 25-31: MacArthur vs. the British Empire’s World War Threat, Part III (October 25, 1950)

Oct. 18-24: St. Albans, Vermont Raided by Confederate Cavalry (October 19, 1864)

Oct. 11-17: From Inchon to the Yalu - The Case of the Purloined Intelligence: MacArthur vs. the British Empire’s World War Threat, Part II (1950)

Oct. 4-10: General George Washington Teaches Mr. Howe a Lesson (October 6, 1777)

September

Sept. 27-Oct. 3: Cervantes and Shakespeare (1547)

Sept. 20-26: John Paul Jones Captures British Warships, Receives a Hero's Welcome from the Dutch People (1779)

Sept. 13-19: From Inchon to the Yalu - The Case of the Purloined Intelligence: MacArthur vs. the British Empire’s World War Threat, Part I (1950)

Sept. 6-12: The September 11, 2001 Attack and Coverup 

August

Aug. 30 - Sept. 5: At End of World War II, General MacArthur Warned: Create New System, or Face Armageddon! (September 2, 1945)

Aug. 23 - 29: Edwin Drake Drills America's First Oil Well (August 28, 1859)

Aug. 16-22: General Anthony Wayne Shows the Great Lakes Indians What Are the Character and Intentions of the British (August 20, 1794)

Aug. 9-15: William H. Seward Inspects the Alaska Purchase (August 12, 1869)

Aug. 2-8: Commanders Opposed Truman on Hiroshima (August 6, 1945)

July

July 26 - August 1: Gen. Lafayette Celebrates Dedication of Fairmount Water Works in Philadelphia (July 23, 1825)

July 19-25: First U.S. Nuclear-Powered Surface Ship (July 21, 1959)

July 12-18: Rembrandt van Rijn: ‘Love Gives Birth to Art’, July 15, 1606

July 5-11: The Ongoing Assassinations of Alexander Hamilton vs. His Immortal and Haunting Legacy (July 11, 1804)

June

June 21-27: B&O Railroad Awards Prize for Coal-Fired Engine (June 27, 1831)

June 14-20: 30th Anniversary Conference of the Schiller Institute in Manhattan: It’s Time to Create a World Without War (June 15, 2014)

June 7-13: Robert Schumann: Passing the Torch, June 8, 1810

May

May 31-June 6: Commemorating Robert F. Kennedy On the Anniversary of His Death (1968)

May 24-30: Memorial Day 2002

May 17-23: 1804: The Lewis & Clark Expedition Begins 

May 10-16: The Convening of the U.S. Constitutional Convention, May 14, 1787

May 3-9: Victory Over Fascism in Europe, May 7-9, 1945 

April

April 26-May 2: The Bandung Conference, Bandung, Indonesia, April 18-24, 1955

April 19-25: In Celebration of William Shakespeare, Born April 23, 1564

April 12-18: John Jay Fights for New York to Ratify the Constitution, April 1788

April 5-11: April, 1672 and 2015: A Cruel Month?... The Age of the Double Cross

March

March 29-April 4: Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence | Dr. Martin Luther King , April 4, 1967

March 22-28: British Assault on the Treaty of Westphalia: NATO Bombs Serbia, March 1999

March 15-21: Queen Anne Takes the Throne in England, March 19, 1702

March 8-14: Triumphal Tour of Lafayette Reaches Charleston, March 14, 1825

Mar. 1-7: Abraham Lincoln’s Leibnizian "Second Inaugural" Speech, Saturday, March 4, 1865

February

Feb. 22-28: George Rogers Clark Wins Major Victory at Vincennes, February 1779

Feb. 15-21: Presidents’ Day Celebrates George Washington, February 22, 1732

Feb. 8-14: President-Elect Abraham Lincoln Sets Out for Washington; Celebrates His 52nd Birthday in Indiana and Ohio, February 12, 1861 

Feb. 1-7: The Longest Bridge in the World is Completed at McCall’s Ferry on the Susquehanna River, February 2, 1815

January

Jan. 25-31: William McKinley’s Birthday January 29, 1843 -- President McKinley Speaks on General Grant and New York

Jan. 18-24: To Celebrate the Birthday of Edgar Allan Poe January 19: Poe, The Beautiful and the Sublime | January 19, 1809 – October 7, 1849

Jan. 11-17: Hamilton's Singular Genius vs. Wall Street's Rage. Presented in Celebration of Alexander Hamilton's Birthday, January 11, 1755

Jan. 4-10: A Vital Step for Cementing the Union: Alexander Hamilton's First Report on Public Credit, January 9, 1790

 

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December

Dec. 28, 2014 - Jan. 3, 2015: Dr. Sun Yat-sen Elected the First President of the Republic of China, December 29th, 1911

Dec. 21-27: The Treaty of Ghent: End of the War of 1812 (December 24, 1814)

November

Nov. 23-29: The Paradigm Shift – Then and Now

Nov. 16-22: November 20, 1945 — Nuremberg Trials of Major War Criminals Begin

Nov. 9-15: Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery Reaches the Pacific, November 15, 1805

October

Oct. 26-Nov. 1: The Hudson River School of Painting, Established in 1825

Oct. 19-25: Black Tuesday 1929: Just a 'Correction', October 22, 1929

Oct. 12-18: The American Victory at Saratoga Convinces the French to Become Our Allies, October 17, 1777

Oct. 5-11: October 10, 1963 – 6 Weeks Before the JFK Assassination, the “Kill Unit” Created by British Intelligence and J. Edgar Hoover Is Operational in New Orleans

September

Sept. 28 - Oct 4, 2014: Birth of Confucius, September 28, 551 B.C.

Sept. 21-27: John Quincy Adams Becomes Secretary of State, September 22, 1817

Sept. 14 - 20: Benjamin Franklin Makes His Final Speech to the Constitutional Convention, September 17, 1787

Sept. 7-13: The Defense of Baltimore Saves the Nation, September 12-14, 1814

August

August 31-Sept. 6: The Carrington Event of 1859

August 24-30: Martin Luther King’s Dream Day, August 28, 1963

August 17-23: August 24, 1814, A Day of Infamy

August 10-16: 40 Years After Watergate: Impeachment Then, and Now

August 3-9: Birth of Percy Bysshe Shelley, August 4, 1792 

July

July 27-August 2: Japan and America Banish Feudalism, 1858 and 1873

July 20-26: First Moon Landing and Safe Return to Earth, July 20-24, 1969

July 13-19, 1789: 225th Anniversary of July 14, 1789: Why Bastille Day Must Be a Reminder Never To Repeat History

July 6-12, 1456: The Verdict to Exonerate Joan of Arc, July 7, 1456

June 29-July 5, 1776 : United States Declaration of Independence

June

June 22-28, 1880: Helen Keller's Birthday

June 15-21, 1779: Spain Declares War on Britain, Helps America Win its Independence

June 8-14, 1963: John F. Kennedy Speeches June 10 and June 11: New Measures for a Better World

June 1-7, 1944: FDR, the Russians and D-Day

May

May 25 - 31, 1868: The Original Memorial Day: Honoring Those Who Defeated Slavery and Disunion

May 18 - 24, 1961: President Kennedy Proposes Moon Landing, and Nuclear Rocket for Interplanetary Missions

May 11 - 17, 1890: Connecting the American Continents to Raise Living Standards for All

May 4 - 10, 1862: Cinco de Mayo and the US Civil War: A Joint U.S.-Mexican Fight against the British-French-Hapsburg Empire

April

April 27 - May 3, 1789: George Washington Inaugurated President

April 20 - 26, 1970: Earth Day/Week

April 13 - 19, 1865: Bulloch, Teddy Roosevelt’s Uncle and Mentor, Funded the Lincoln Assassination

April 6 - 12, 1865: Surrender at Appomattox

March

March 30 - April 5, 1968: The Assassination of Martin Luther King, April 4, 1968

March 23-29, 1685: The Birth of a 'Founding Father' - the Grand Political Strategist, J.S. Bach

March 16-22, 1947: Truman's Loyalty Oath and Obama's Precedent

March 9-15, 1879: Albert Einstein, Musician

March 2-8, 1933: Roosevelt Inaugurated, He Attacks “Unscrupulous Money Changers,” Pledges Peaceful “Good Neighbor” Policy to Replace Imperialism

February

Feb. 23-Mar. 1, 1791: Hamilton Wins the Constitutional Argument for the National Bank

Feb. 16-22, 1962 and 2010: John Glenn’s Mission; Obama Cancelling the U.S. Manned Space Program

Feb. 9-15, 1766: Franklin Warns the British Zeus -- and Organizes Industrial Revolution

Feb. 2-8, 1944: Attacking Churchill, FDR Denounces the Enslavement of Africa and Asia by the British and French Empires

January

Jan. 26-Feb. 1, 1933: Nazi Regime Begins, Wall Street “Particularly Pleased”

Jan. 19-25, 1937 and 1961: Roosevelt and Kennedy Rally Humanity’s Defense Against the Oligarchy

Jan. 12-18, 1985: 10,000 march in D.C. for SDI, Food for Peace and Africa Development

Jan. 5-11, 2003: Lyndon and Helga LaRouche Return To India

 

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December

Dec. 29, 1776 - Jan. 4, 1777: Where George Washington Got His Money

Dec. 22-28, 1777: A Valley Forge Christmas: Planning for a Brighter Future

Dec. 15-21, 1773: Boston's Patriots Hold a Tea Party in the Harbor

Dec. 8-14, 1856: Lincoln Answers President Pierce's Final Report to Congress

Dec. 1-7, 1782: Benjamin Franklin Successfully Concludes the American Revolution

November

Nov. 24-30, 1939: A Warm Springs Thanksgiving

Nov. 17-23, 1811: Construction Begins on the National Road to the West

Nov. 10-16, 1935: Armistice Day: FDR on Permanently Ending the Threat of War

Nov. 3-9, 1995: The Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin

October

Oct. 27 - Nov. 2, 1953: Edward R. Murrow Terminates Senator Joseph McCarthy's Witch Hunt

Oct. 20-26, 1962: John F. Kennedy's Report to the American People on the Soviet Arms Buildup in Cuba, Oct. 22, 1962

Oct. 13-19, 1858: The Lincoln-Douglas Debates: Lincoln Exposes Douglas As an Enemy of the Declaration of Indepedence

Oct. 6-12, 1858: Lincoln Exposes Douglas's Sophistry on the Issue of Slavery

September

Sept. 29 - Oct. 5, 1937: 'More Power to You,' Says President Franklin Roosevelt at Bonneville Dam

Sept. 22-28, 1780: 'Treason of the Darkest Dye'

Sept. 15-21, 1787: Benjamin Franklin Makes His Final Speech to the Constitutional Convention

Sept. 8-14, 1859: Lincoln Tells the Anti-Slavery Forces How To Win the Fight

Sept. 1-7, 1922: Birthday of Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

August

August 25-31, 1856: Lincoln Campaigns for the Republican Party's First Presidential Bid

August 18-24, 1935: FDR & Youth: FDR Addresses the Young Democratic Clubs of America

August 11-17, 1824: Lafayette Returns as 'Guest of the Nation'

August 4-10, 1935: FDR Signs the Social Security Act into Law

July

July 28-August 3, 1641: John Winthrop, Jr. Sets Sail for England To Finance Iron Production in the New World

July 21-27, 1940: As War Rages in Europe, Franklin Roosevelt Accepts A Third Nomination for President

July 14-20, 1775: Benjamin Franklin Submits His Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union

July 7-13, 1938: President Franklin Roosevelt Fights for a National Health Plan

June

June 30 - July 6, 1754: The Albany Plan of Union

June 23-29, 1935: FDR Launches a Program To Rescue America's Youth

June 16-22, 1858: 'A House Divided'

June 9-15, 1933: FDR's 'Hundred Days': Re-establishing National Sovereignty

June 2-8, 1944: D-Day

May

May 26-June 1, 1787: Why the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution Matters

May 19-25, 1618: Thirty Years' Religious War Begins With Defenestration of Prague

May 12-18, 1876: President Ulysses S. Grant Opens The Philadelphia Centennial Exposition

May 5-11, 1803: Meriwether Lewis Prepares to Lead the Corps of Discovery

April

April 28 - May 4, 1894: Coxey's Army Marches on Washington To Obtain Jobs for the Unemployed

April 21-27, 1937: Social Security is Born

April 14-20, 1775 and 1689: The American Revolution Begins: The "Shot Heard 'Round the World" and the Andros Rebellion

April 7-13, 1933: Debate on the Agricultural Adjustment Act

March

March 31-April 6, 1933: Congress Approves President Roosevelt's Civilian Conservation Corps

March 24-30, 1584: Walter Raleigh Receives a Charter — To Colonize North America

March 17-23, 1802: Congress Founds a Military Academy at West Point

March 10-16, 1783: George Washington Foils the Newburgh Plot

March 3-9, 1857: The Hidden Implications of the Dred Scott Decision

February

Feb. 24 - Mar. 2, 1933: FDR Begins His Hundred Days — Of Legislation to Save the Nation

Feb. 17-23, 1803: President Jefferson Signs Authorization for Lewis and Clark Expedition

Feb. 10-16, 1777: Franklin Skewers the British Ideology: — 'The Sale of the Hessians'

Feb. 3-9, 1865: The 13th Amendment: Lincoln Outlaws Slavery

January

Jan. 27 - Feb. 2, 1934: Dancing for the President's Birthday: How FDR Conquered Polio—Twice!

Jan. 20-26, 1801: Benjamin Latrobe Designs the first American Steam-Powered Municipal Waterworks

Jan. 13-19, 1953: President Eisenhower and Nuclear Policy: Toe to Toe with the Utopians

Jan. 6-12, 1961: President Kennedy Delivers His Inaugural Address in Troubled Times

 

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December

Dec. 30 1935 - Jan. 5, 1936: FDR Warns America about Fascism Abroad — And Its Domestic Corollary: Economic Austerity

Dec. 23-29, 1776: "These Are the Times That Try Men's Souls"

Dec. 16-22, 1714: Celebrating the Birthday of a Great Scientist — And Grandfather of the American Revolution

Dec. 9-15, 1953: Eisenhower Presents Atoms for Peace Plan to the United Nations

Dec. 2-8, 1863: The Statue of Freedom Is Bolted to the New Capitol Dome

November

Nov. 25 - Dec. 1, 1758: General Forbes and Colonel Washington Capture Fort Duquesne from the French

Nov. 18-24, 1963: Assassination of John F. Kennedy

Nov. 11-17, 1620: The Mayflower Compact: The Plymouth Pilgrims Form a 'Body Politick' To Carry Out the 'General Good of the Colony'

Nov. 4-10, 1734: Daniel Boone: Leading American Settlements Westward from the Ohio to the Missouri

October

October 28 - November 3, 1932: Roosevelt and Hoover Close the 1932 Presidential Campaign

October 21-27, 1693: Lord Thomas Fairfax Becomes an American and Helps the Colonies Break Through to the West

October 14-20, 1854: Lincoln Exposes the Kansas-Nebraska Act as an Attack on the United States

Oct. 7-13, 1944: On Columbus Day, President Roosevelt Tells Latin American Diplomats About the New Age of Discovery They Helped To Build

September

Sept. 30 - Oct. 6, 1946: Principles of the Nuremburg Tribunal

Sept. 23-29, 1684: Increase Mather Battles the British Crown To Save the New England Republics

Sept. 16-22, 1944: Franklin Roosevelt Opens His 1944 Presidential Campaign with Devastating Humor

Sept. 9-15, 1797: Lafayette Gains His Freedom from the Prison of Olmutz

Sept. 2-8, 1773: Benjamin Franklin 'Holds Up a Looking Glass' To the British Empire

August

August 26 - September 1, 1774: The First Continental Congress Meets at Philadelphia

August 19-25, 1944: Dumbarton Oaks Conference Erects Framework for United Nations

August 12-18, 1858: Lincoln Debunks the Sophistry of Stephen Douglas

August 5-11, 1941: Roosevelt and Churchill Issue the Atlantic Charter

July

July 29 - August 4, 1940: President Roosevelt on the Need for a Military Draft

July 22-28, 1750: Celebrating the Birthday of Henry Knox

July 15-21, 1779: Victory at Stony Point Forces a Change in British Plans

July 8-14, 1755: Braddock's Defeat

July 1-7, 1862: President Lincoln Signs the Morrill College Land Grant Act

June

June 24-30, 1936: FDR Nominated for Second Term as President

June 17-23, 1775: Founding of the Continental Army

June 10-16, 1741: Celebrating the Birthday of Dr. Joseph Warren — The Patriot Leader Killed at Bunker Hill

June 3-9, 1937: FDR's Plan for National Infrastructure Development

May

May 27 - June 2, 1825: Lafayette Revives the Memory of the American Revolution

May 20-26, 1933: Harry Hopkins Begins His Leadership of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration

May 13-19, 1804: Napoleon Becomes Emperor of France

May 6-12, 1869: Completion of U.S. Transcontinental Railroad

April

April 29 - May 5, 1789: President George Washington's Inaugural Address

April 22-28, 1936: FDR Tells Democrats: “We Are Becoming ‘Nation-Minded’”

April 15-21, 1775: The American Revolution Begins. The Shot Heard 'Round the World

April 8-14, 1933: FDR's Tennessee Valley Authority for Today

April 1-7, 1968: Martin Luther King and 'The Sublime'

March

March 25-31, 1911: The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

March 18-24, 1934: President Franklin Roosevelt Signs the Philippines Independence Act

March 11-17, 1794: Eli Whitney and the Machine Tool Principle

Mar. 4-10, 1679: Birthday of Dr. Zabdiel Boylston, Mentor of Benjamin Franklin, Brought Smallpox Inoculation to America

February

Feb. 26 - Mar. 3, 1860: Presidential Candidate Abraham Lincoln Makes His Principles Crystal-Clear

Feb. 19-25, 1732: General Washington Sets Up an Effective Intelligence Network, and Takes a Role Himself

Feb. 12-18, 1791: 'Doing Something Difficult': — Peter Cooper and the Public Benefit

Feb. 5-11, 1779: George Rogers Clark Captures Vincennes

January

Jan. 29-Feb. 4, 1787: Oliver Evans Brings the New Nation Into the Machine Age

Jan. 22-28, 1787: Shays' Rebellion: Britain Foments a Counterrevolution in Massachusetts

Jan 15-21, 1780: Benjamin Franklin Not Getting Any Older

Jan. 8-14, 1785 and 1793: Benjamin Franklin and Friends Lay the Basis for Manned Flight

Jan. 1-7, 1941: FDR's "Four Freedoms" Speech Outlines Objectives of U.S. Foreign Policy

 

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December

Dec. 25-31, 1767: Birth of Nicholas Roosevelt, Who Made a Steamboat Link to the American West

Dec. 18-24, 1783: Washington Resigns His Commission; — Returns to Mount Vernon on Christmas Eve

Dec. 11-17, 1777: The Conway Cabal Attempts To Slander and then Replace General George Washington

Dec. 4-10, 1863: President Lincoln Reports to Congress — On the State of the Union

November

Nov. 27 - December 3, 1955: Rosa Parks Refuses To Go to the Back of the Bus

Nov. 20-26, 1944: President Franklin Roosevelt Outlines Plans for Postwar Scientific Research and Development

Nov. 13 - 19, 1753: Young George Washington Sets Out on a Diplomatic Mission — Through the Wilderness

Nov. 6 - 12, 1794: A Daring Attempt To Rescue Lafayette from Prison

October

October 30 - November 5, 1932: Roosevelt, Hoover Offer Clear Choice — In Presidential Campaign

October 23 - 29, 1787: Hamilton Leads Battle To Ratify the Constitution

October 16 - 22, 1932: FDR Campaigns Against 'The Gospel of Fear'

October 9 - 15, 1932: FDR's Decisive Presidential Campaign

October 2 - 8, 1781: Gen. Washington Begins Siege of Yorktown

September

Sept. 25 - Oct. 1, 1768: Samuel Adams Faces Down Gov. Hutchinson — British Troops Driven from Boston

Sept. 18 - 24, 1806: Lewis & Clark Return from Expedition

Sept. 11-17, 1810: Mexico Goes to War for Independence

Sept. 4-10, 1716: Spotswood and His Knights of the Golden Horseshoe Reach the Shenandoah River

August

Aug. 28 - Sept. 3, 1776: Washington Saves the Continental Army from Sure Destruction on Long Island

August 21 - 27, 1935: Public Utilities Holding Company Act

August 14 - 20, 1935: Social Security Act

August 7 - 13, 1939: FDR Extends Social Security Coverage To Conquer 'Human Want and Fear'

July

July 31 - August 6, 1864: Admiral Farragut 'Damns the Torpedoes'; Enters Mobile Bay

July 24 - 30, 1957: Founding of the International Atomic Energy Agency

July 17 - 23, 1944: Conclusion of the Bretton Woods Conference

July 10 - 16, 1789: The Low-Down on Bastille Day

July 3 - 9, 1776: Text of the Declaration of Independence

June

June 26 - July 2, 1646: Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz's Birthday

June 19-25, 1848: Congressman Abraham Lincoln Assails President Polk's Veto of Internal Improvements

June 12 - 18, 1933: A Review of FDR's First Hundred Days

June 5 - 11, 1933: FDR Signs the Gold Standard Act

May

May 29 - June 4, 1868: Memorial Day Proclaimed

May 22 - 28, 1787: Constitutional Convention Begins

May 15 - 21, 1933: National Industrial Recovery Act Introduced

May 8 - 14, 1933: The Federal Emergency Relief Administration

May 1 - 7, 1933: FDR's Second Fireside Chat

April

April 24 - April 30, 1803: The Louisiana Purchase 1943: The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

April 17 - 23, 1933: Gold Standard vs. Gold Reserve

April 10 - 16, 1933: The Tennessee Valley Authority

April 3 - 9, 1933: Provisions of the Glass-Steagall Banking Act

March

March 27 - April 2, 1933: FDR Re-regulates the Financial System

March 20 - 26, 1933: FDR Launches Public Works

March 13 - 19, 1933: Emergency Banking Act Goes Into Effect

March 6 - 12, 1933: Franklin D. Roosevelt's Inaugural Address

February

February 27 - March 5, 1933: The Reichstag Fire

Feb. 20-26, 1732: George Washington's Birthday

Feb. 13-19, 1847: Lincoln on the Presidential Power to Make War

Feb. 6-12, 1809: Abraham Lincoln's Birthday

January

Jan. 30-Feb. 5, 1690: America's First Paper Money

Jan. 23-29, 1943: The Casablanca Conference

Jan. 16-22, 1706: Benjamin Franklin's Birthday

Jan. 9-15, 1588 How John Winthrop Organized a Republic — In the Wilderness

Jan. 2-8, 1412: Birth of Saint Jeanne D'Arc

 

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December

Dec. 26, 1862-Jan. 1, 1863: Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation Goes Into Effect

Dec. 19-25, 1776: Crossing the Delaware River on the Night after Christmas

Dec. 12-18, 1790: Hamilton's Report on a National Bank

Dec. 5-11, 1863: Lincoln's Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction

November

Nov. 28-Dec. 4, 1823: The Monroe Doctrine

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Nov. 21-27, 1963 and 1863: The Assassination of John F. Kennedy and Lincoln's Gettysburg Address

Nov. 14-20, 1777: The Articles of Confederation

Nov. 7-13, 1933: The Civil Works Administration

Oct. 31 - Nov. 6, 1825: Completion of the Erie Canal

October

Oct. 24-30, 1648: The Treaty of Westphalia

Oct. 17-23, 1781: Victory at Yorktown

Oct. 10-16, 1988: LaRouche's Forecast of German Reunification

Sept. 30-Oct. 6, 1986 and 1989 The Brutish Empire Moves Against Lyndon LaRouche, the SDI, Germany, Russia, and the U.S.A.

September

Sept. 23-30, 1935: Completion of the Boulder Dam

September 16-22, 1787: Ratification of the U.S. Constitution

September 9-15, 1993: The Oslo Accords

September 1 - 7: The Treaty of Paris, 1783; The Assassination of President McKinley, 1901

August

August 26-31, 1963: March on Washington, D.C. for Civil Rights

August 19-25, 410 A.D.: The Sack of Rome

August 15, 1971: Nixon Ends Bretton Woods

Aug. 4-11, 1945: On the Anniversary of Hiroshima — The First Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction

July

July 29-August 4, 1735: Freedom of the Press

July 22-28, 1969: Man on the Moon

July 14-20, 1787: The Northwest Ordinance

July 8-14, 1776: British Response to the Declaration of Independence

July 1-7, 1776: Signing the Declaration of Independence

June

June 24-30, 1776: Writing the Declaration of Independence

June 16-22, 1933: Hitler Dictatorship Established in Germany

June 10-16, 1933: Summary of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's First 100 Days

June 3-9, 1933 and 1934: Glass-Steagall Act, Securities Act, Securities and Exchange Comission, Federal Trade Commission

March

March 18 - March 24, 1933: The Civilian Conservation Corps

March 11 - March 18, 1933: Emergency Banking Act

 

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