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YOU ARE MISSING A NAME I just established the Pay As You Go policy!
Harry Byrd I just established the Pay As You Go policy! Harry Byrd
YOU ARE MISSING A NAME I am writing a plan for world peace.
Woodrow Wilson I am writing a plan for world peace. Woodrow Wilson
YOU ARE MISSING A NAME I am the first women and the first African American to become a bank president.
Maggie L. Walker I am the first women and the first African American to become a bank president. Maggie L. Walker
YOU ARE MISSING A NAME I played a key role in the Brown vs. Board of Education decision!
Oliver W. Hill I played a key role in the Brown vs. Board of Education decision! Oliver W. Hill
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YOU ARE MISSING A NAME I appointed many African Americans and women to government.
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