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Feb 11, 2008 ... Appearing on The Dick Cavett Show in the summer of 1971, Mr Fischer shares his various views about chess.
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Electoral history of David Duke
State Senator, 1975 (Baton Rouge Area)Threshold > 50%First Ballot, November 1, 1975State Senator, 10th District, 1979 (Suburban New Orleans)Threshold > 50%First Ballot, October 27, 1979Democrati...
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