Today in History for October 2nd

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October 2nd, 1869
SOUNDBITE (English) Mahatma Ghandi:
"There is an indefinable mysterious power that pervades everything."
Mohandas K. Ghandi, also known as the Mahatma, or great soul, is born in India, then under British Colonia rule. Ghandi’s use of non-violent tactics as a political and spiritual leader helps India gain its independence decades later.
1919: In Washington, President Woodrow Wilson suffers a stroke which leaves him partially paralyzed.  Wilson never fully recovers, effectively putting his presidency in limbo for the rest of his term in office. And the stroke ends Wilson’s drive to join the League of Nations, forerunner of the United Nations.
1967: Also in the nation’s capital, Thurgood Marshall is sworn in as the first Black justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.
1985: Actor Rock Hudson dies at his home in Beverly Hills, California, after a battle with AIDS. He was 59. Hudson was the first major celebrity to reveal that he had AIDS, a disclosure that helped raise awareness and change perceptions about the disease.
1890:
SOUNDBITE (English) Groucho Marx: One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got in my pajamas, I don’t know."
Comedian Groucho Marx, star of silver screen and TV, both with his comedy team brothers and on his own, is born in New York City.
1950: Here comes Charile Brown and the gang as the daily comic strip Peanuts appears in newspapers. The strip runs for nearly 50 years until its creator, Charles Schultz dies in 2000.
And 1951, Sting, the actor and singer who first gained fame as the frontman for the rock group The Police is born Gordon Sumner in Wallsend, England.
Today in History, October 2nd
Camille Bohanon, The Associated Press
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