This Week In Southern History: February 1, 1960-The Greensboro 4 Orchestrate Sit-Ins at Woolworths
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This Week in Southern History, we go all the way back to February 1st, 1960, and here’s what the world looked like then!:
In the most remarkable comeback in the tournament's history, Arnold Palmer erases a seven-stroke deficit and goes on to win his first and only US Open.
One of cinema’s best-known moments occurs when Norman Bates murders Marion Crane …
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