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Andrew Jackson

"Oh, yeah. This is a very nice honor to be able to come here. Just the connection ... 150 years of senators ... this place has the original feel to it. It's not your everyday or your year-to-year. It's the state recognizing us. I don't think we could ever have imagined this." Andrew Jackson
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Leo Tolstoy
Birth: 1828-09-09 Death: 1910-11-20

"All governments are in equal measure good and evil. The best ideal is anarchy."

Ranking as one of the world's great writers, Leo Tolstoy was a moral philosopher and novelist from Russia. Born in 1828, Tolstoy was originally going to be a farmer. Going to war, Tolstoy would take advantage of lulls in the fighting to make entries in his diaries, which would later become a fodder for his writing. His first book, "Childhood" caused a sensation when it was published. This was followed by "The Cossacks." Tolstoy's biggest and most important work, "War and Peace," was published in 1865. He followed it up with "Anna Karenina," which created a sensation when it was publish…



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