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Birthdays occurring on January, 4

1746 Benjamin Rush was born on January 4, 1746
American physician and political leader, member of the Continental Congress and signer of the Declaration of Independence. 1746-1813
Dreams are nothing but incoherent ideas, occasioned by partial or imperfect sleep.
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1858 Carter Glass was born on January 4, 1858
American senator and politician, 1858-1946
A liberal is a man who is willing to spend somebody else's money
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1883 Max Eastman was born on January 4, 1883
American author, journalist and writer, 1883-1969
Humor is the instinct for taking pain playfully.
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1896 Everett Dirksen was born on January 4, 1896
American senator, 1896-1969
There is no force so powerful as an idea whose time has come.
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Deaths occurring on January, 4

1905 Sterling Holloway was born on January 4, 1905
Ben and Me
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2004 Joan Delano Aiken died on January 4, 2004
English writer, the daughter of Conrad Aiken, 1924-2004
Stories ought not to be just little bits of fantasy that are used to wile away an idle hour; from the beginning of the human race stories have been used - by priests, by bards, by medicine men - as magic instruments of healing, of teaching, as a means of helping people come to terms with the fact that they continually have to face insoluble problems and unbearable realities
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2005 Humphrey Carpenter died on January 4, 2005
Autobiography is probably the most respectable form of lying.
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2006 Irving Layton died on January 4, 2006
Since I no longer expect/ anything from mankind except/ madness,/ meanness, and mendacity;/ egotism,/ cowardice,/ and/ self-delusion,/ I have stopped/ being a/ misanthrope.
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