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7 December -43
Politician, Philosopher, and Lawyer Marcus Tullius Cicero is Assassinated

Politician, Philosopher, and Lawyer Marcus Tullius Cicero is Assassinated

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7 December 283
Death of Pope Eutychian

Death of Pope Eutychian

7 December 374
St. Ambrose is Consecrated as Bishop of Milan

St. Ambrose is Consecrated as Bishop of Milan

7 December 396
Roman Emperors Abolish All Privileges Granted in Ancient Laws to Pagan Priests and Leaders

Roman Emperors Abolish All Privileges Granted in Ancient Laws to Pagan Priests and Leaders

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7 December 1254
Death of Pope Innocent IV

Death of Pope Innocent IV

7 December 1539
Martin Luther Gives Philip I Permission to Marry Second Wife

Martin Luther Gives Philip I Permission to Marry Second Wife

7 December 1661

British Parliament Pressures Massachusetts Colony to Life Corporal Punishment Act

7 December 1787
Delaware Becomes First State to Ratify U.S. Constitution

Delaware Becomes First State to Ratify U.S. Constitution

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7 December 1918
Future Pope Pius XI, Achille Ratti, Writes Letter Complaining About Jews in Poland

Future Pope Pius XI, Achille Ratti, Writes Letter Complaining About Jews in Poland

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7 December 1924
Gregor Strasser Elected to Weimar Republic Reichstag

Gregor Strasser Elected to Weimar Republic Reichstag

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7 December 1928
Birth of Linguist and Activist Avram Noam Chomsky

Birth of Linguist and Activist Avram Noam Chomsky

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7 December 1930
Hitler Denounces Democracy to Crowd in Stuttgart

Hitler Denounces Democracy to Crowd in Stuttgart

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7 December 1930
Sermon by Episcopal Bishop Manning Interrupted Over Companionate Marriage Fight

Sermon by Episcopal Bishop Manning Interrupted Over Companionate Marriage Fight

7 December 1931

Dr. Martin Stämmler Tells Nazi Physicians About Possible Enactment of Sterilization Law

7 December 1938
Nazi Foreign Minister von Ribbentrop Talks With French Who Want to Solve Their Jewish Problem

Nazi Foreign Minister von Ribbentrop Talks With French Who Want to Solve Their Jewish Problem

7 December 1939

Over 1,100 Psychiatric Patients are Murdered in Mobile Gas Vans in Poland

7 December 1941
Hitler Issues 'Night and Fog' Decree That Makes Troublemakers in Occupied Territories Disappear

Hitler Issues 'Night and Fog' Decree That Makes Troublemakers in Occupied Territories Disappear

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7 December 1941
Japan Begins Surprise Military Attack in American Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

Japan Begins Surprise Military Attack in American Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

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7 December 1941
Chelmno Extermination Camp Officially Opens in Poland

Chelmno Extermination Camp Officially Opens in Poland

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7 December 1965

Greek Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches Reconcile, but don't Reunite

7 December 1965
Pope Paul VI Reorganizes Holy Office (Inquisition) and Renames it the Congregation of the Doctrine of Faith

Pope Paul VI Reorganizes Holy Office (Inquisition) and Renames it the Congregation of the Doctrine of Faith

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7 December 1981
McClean v. Arkansas: Court Hears Case on Law Requiring Creationism in Public Schools

McClean v. Arkansas: Court Hears Case on Law Requiring Creationism in Public Schools

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7 December 1985
Death of Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart

Death of Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart

7 December 1988
Yasser Arafat Recognizes Israel's Right to Exist

Yasser Arafat Recognizes Israel's Right to Exist

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7 December 1989
Archbishop John Habgood Says Moment of Fertilization Doesn't Create Humanity

Archbishop John Habgood Says Moment of Fertilization Doesn't Create Humanity

7 December 1999
Ganulin v. U.S.: Court Rules U.S. Government Can Recognize Christmas as Official Paid Holiday

Ganulin v. U.S.: Court Rules U.S. Government Can Recognize Christmas as Official Paid Holiday

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7 December 2011

Israeli Bus Company Fined for Sending Women to Back of Bus

 
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Birth of Paul Kurtz, Responsible for Secularizing Humanism in U.S.
Death of Carl Sagan, Astronomer and Humanist
Madalyn Murray files Suit Against Baltimore Public Schools for Sponsoring Religious Exercises
Robin Murray-O'Hair Jailed on Civil Contempt Charges for Refusing to Take a Religious Oath in Court
Atheist Parents Will Appeal Order They Surrender Adopted Daughter Over their Atheism