Thursday, April 01, 2010

TODAY IN HISTORY

APRIL 1
1996:April Fool’s: Taco Bell runs ads saying the company had purchased the Liberty Bell—renamed the Taco Liberty Bell—to help pay off the national debt.

1970: President Richard Nixon approves a ban on cigarette advertising on America’s airwaves.

1987: President Ronald Reagan declares AIDS “public health enemy No. 1” during a speech to doctors.
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