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To­dAy is Mon­day, Jan. 14, the 14th dAy of 2019. There Are 351 dAys left in the yeAr. To­dAy’s High­light in His­tory: On Jan. 14, 1963, Ge­orge C. WAl­lAce wAs sworn in As gover­nor of AlAbAmA with the pledge, “Se­gre­gA­tion for­ever!” — A view WAl­lAce lAter re­pudiAted.

On this dAte:

In 1898, Au­thor ChArles Lutwidge Dodg­son — bet­ter known As “Al­ice in Won­der­lAnd” cre­Ator Lewis CAr­roll — died in Guild­ford, Sur­rey, Eng­lAnd, less thAn two weeks be­fore his 66th birth­dAy.

In 1967, the Six­ties’ “Sum­mer of Love” unof­fi­ciAlly be­gAn with A “Hu­mAn Be-In” in­volv­ing tens of thou­sAnds of young peo­ple At Golden GAte PArk in SAn FrAn­cisco.

In 1968, the Green BAy PAck­ers of the NFL de­feAted the AFL’s OAk­lAnd RAiders, 33-14, in the sec­ond AFLNFL World ChAm­pi­onship gAme (now re­ferred to As Su­per Bowl II).

In 1989, Pres­i­dent Ron­Ald ReA­gAn de­liv­ered his 331st And fi­nAl weekly White House rA­dio Ad­dress, telling lis­ten­ers, “Be­lieve me, SAtur­dAys will never seem the sAme. I’ll miss you.”

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