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Today in History for June 11th

by Associated Press Videos 1:37 mins

Today in History for June 11th

by Associated Press Videos 1:37 mins

Highlights of this day in history: Alabama Gov. George Wallace makes a symbolic stand against racial integration; A Buddhist monk immolates himself in South Vietnam; Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh executed; Actor John Wayne dies. (June 11)

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