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Nineteen European nations banned human cloning. The United Kingdom banned the importation of land mines. The suspected “Unibomber” Ted Kaczynski entered a guilty plea and was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. The Food and Drug Administration approved Viagra for use in treating male impotence. Compaq Computers purchased Digital Equipment Company. Ford Motor Company purchased Volvo Cars. Data sent from the Galileo space probe indicated a liquid ocean under a crust of ice on Jupiter’s moon – Europa. Citicorp and Travelers Group announced their intent to merge and create the largest financial services conglomerate in the world – Citigroup. The popular sitcom Seinfeld aired its final episode. DNA identified the remains of one of the bodies from the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington Cemetery. The remains were then buried in St. Louis, Missouri. The remains of Czar Nicholas II and those of his family were buried in St. Catherine Chapel located in St. Petersburg, Russia, 80 years after the family were murdered by Bolsheviks. St. Louis Cardinal first baseman Mark McGwire hit his 62nd home run of the season breaking the record set by Roger Maris of the New York Yankees. Telecommunications giants MCI and WorldCom completed their merger becoming MCI WorldCom. The United States Department of Justice and 20 states filed an antitrust suit against Microsoft. The Space Shuttle Discovery carried 77-year old John Glenn into space thus making him the oldest person to fly in outer space. America Online announced the acquisition of Netscape Communications. Exxon announced a buyout of Mobil Oil, creating Exxon-Mobile. President Bill Clinton ordered air strikes on Iraq and UNSCOM withdrew all weapons inspectors from that nation.

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Advocates insist that a privatized U.S. system can keep expenses much lower. It's true that costs will be low if investments are restricted to low-overhead index funds — that is, if government officials, not individuals, make the investment decisions. But if that's how the system works, the suggestions that workers will have control over their own money — two years ago, Cato renamed its Project on Social Security Privatization by replacing "privatization" with "choice" — are false advertising.

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We learned of The Pentagon Papers through the New York Times. American troop strength in Vietnam dropped to 184,000. A bomb planted by the Weather Underground exploded in the United States Capitol. Inflation and unemployment continued to rise. A prison riot at the New York State Prison at Attica cost the lives of nine prison guards and 28 inmates. The National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK) began operations.

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Euro currency was issued in 12 European nations. Kmart filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, largest American retailer to file such action. Wall Street Journal journalist Daniel Pearl was kidnapped and then murdered in Pakistan. Winter Olympics were held in Salt Lake City, Utah. The NASA space probe Odyssey began the mapping of Mars surface utilizing a thermal emission imaging system. The Space Shuttle Columbia flew a Hubble Space Telescope service mission. The Queen Mother of the United Kingdom died. Her funeral was televised from Westminster Abbey in London. FBI agent Robert Hansen was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for having sold American secrets to the Soviet Union and then to Russia. Queen Elizabeth II’s Golden Jubilee was celebrated with special services and events. The Empire State Building in New York City was lit up in purple to honor the Queen. A car bomb was detonated in front of the American Consulate in Karachi, Pakistan resulting in death and injury to Pakistanis, but without American victims. The International Court was established to prosecute crimes against humanity, war crimes, and criminal aggression. Th African Union replaced the Organization of African Unity. US Airways declared bankruptcy as did Consolidated Freightways, third largest American trucking firm. The Beltway sniper attacks occurred in Maryland, the District of Columbia and Virginia. The Republican Party maintained control of the United States House of Representatives and regained control of the United States Senate. United Airlines, the second largest airline in the world filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.