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Cassius Clay Jr. The Greatest. The Louisville Lip. The People’s Champion. Muhammad Ali. All are names for one of the greatest boxers of all time. Muhammad Ali lived a life that produced some of the most notable boxing matches ever. He also had battles outside of the boxing ring—battles that included fighting with the federal government for his freedom as well as fighting against his debilitating Parkinson’s disease.



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Marlon Brando: A Life from Beginning to End

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Marlon Brando has been a household name for decades, and even though he passed away in 2004, his life’s work still stands as a testament to the unique ability he possessed for his craft. Whether he was playing a sentimental yet ruthless mafioso in The Godfather, an insane megalomaniac colonel of the U.S. Army in Apocalypse Now, or a misguided and misunderstood teenager in The Wild One, Brando was a man of all seasons.



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Fidel Castro: A Life From Beginning to End

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When Fidel Castro died on November 25, 2016, it seemed as if much of the world didn’t quite know what to make of the revolutionary leader. The images of loyal Cubans in Havana openly crying in the streets stood in stark contrast to the Cuban exiles and their descendants just 90 miles away in Miami, Florida. While Cuban citizens were mourning, Cuban Americans were celebrating; they were laughing, dancing, and drinking to celebrate Castro’s demise. It seems that Fidel Castro was just as polarizing in death as he was in life.



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Genghis Khan: A Life From Beginning to End

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Genghis Khan: a man who managed to unify the warring nomadic Mongol clans, who orchestrated military victories from China all the way to Russia, who founded an empire that continued to expand across Asia and into Europe during the generations that followed his reign. Riding across the steppes, bow and arrows at his side, he was a man who believed himself to be on a divinely appointed mission and would stop at nothing to fulfill it. He valued loyalty above all else and destroyed kingdoms that got in his way.


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Thanks @matwalaboy ... Ali a legend
apur3204/03/2020 18:03

Thanks @matwalaboy ... Ali a legend


Thanks Apur - he sure is.
Free? What a bargain!

Cheers.
cheekster04/03/2020 18:30

Free? What a bargain! Cheers.


Hard for it to be any cheaper then free, right
Cheers matwalaboy!
Thanks
Live your own life... Why read about someone else's
Thanks for the heads up
Already have all these except Brando.
Thanks matwalaboy 🙃
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apur3204/03/2020 18:03

Thanks @matwalaboy ... Ali a legend


I agree he was a legend I just find it interesting how some of his more controversial moments are ignored (such as): youtu.be/Y7w…=40 I personally think people should be free to believe whatever they want, but when even historical figures are being 'cancelled', yet this very interview gets chopped up and posted as inspirational Ali there's a bit of a double standard.
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deleted155984505/03/2020 12:44

I agree he was a legend I just find it interesting how some of his more …I agree he was a legend I just find it interesting how some of his more controversial moments are ignored (such as): https://youtu.be/Y7wJG5JkQ4A?t=40 I personally think people should be free to believe whatever they want, but when even historical figures are being 'cancelled', yet this very interview gets chopped up and posted as inspirational Ali there's a bit of a double standard.

The 1970s were a different time lol I never thought of Ali as being very bright so i am sure it all makes sense to him.
Thanks OP, great biogs.
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chapchap05/03/2020 14:07

The 1970s were a different time lol I never thought of Ali as being very …The 1970s were a different time lol I never thought of Ali as being very bright so i am sure it all makes sense to him.


I agree (different time) but that was my point, we hold authors from 100 years ago to today's standards, which absurd as it is reinforces the double standard argument.
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Thank you; I met him & shook the hand that shook the world.
deleted155984505/03/2020 14:49

I agree (different time) but that was my point, we hold authors from 100 …I agree (different time) but that was my point, we hold authors from 100 years ago to today's standards, which absurd as it is reinforces the double standard argument.



Yep double standards at play.
Thank you
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