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LEADERS & REVOLUTIONARIES APRIL 13, 1998

--David Ben-Gurion, Israel's first Prime Minister --Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister --Mohandas Gandhi, father of modern India --Mikhail Gorbachev, Soviet reformer --Adolf Hitler, German dictator --Ho Chi Minh, first President of North Vietnam --Pope John Paul II, religious leader --Ayatullah R. Khomeini, leader of Iran's revolution --Martin Luther King Jr., civil rights leader --Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, founder of the Soviet Union --Nelson Mandela, South African President --Mao Zedong, leader of communist China --Ronald Reagan, U.S. President --Eleanor Roosevelt, U.S. First Lady --Franklin Delano Roosevelt, U.S. President and New Deal architect --Theodore Roosevelt, U.S. President and environmentalist --Margaret Sanger, birth-control crusader --Margaret Thatcher, British Prime Minister --Unknown Tiananmen Square rebel --Lech Walesa, Polish union organizer

ARTISTS & ENTERTAINERS JUNE 8, 1998

--Louis Armstrong, jazz musician --Lucille Ball, TV star --The Beatles, rock musicians --Marlon Brando, actor --Coco Chanel, designer --Charlie Chaplin, comic genius --Le Corbusier, architect --Bob Dylan, folk musician --T.S. Eliot, poet --Aretha Franklin, soul musician --Martha Graham, dancer and choreographer --Jim Henson, puppeteer and creator of TV's Muppets --James Joyce, novelist --Pablo Picasso, artist --Rodgers & Hammerstein, Broadway showmen --Bart Simpson, cartoon character --Frank Sinatra, singer --Steven Spielberg, moviemaker --Igor Stravinsky, classical musician --Oprah Winfrey, TV talk-show host

BUILDERS & TITANS DEC. 7, 1998

--Stephen Bechtel, construction magnate --Leo Burnett, advertising genius --Willis Carrier, maker of air-conditioning systems --Walt Disney, creator of animation and multimedia empire --Henry Ford, founder of Ford Motor Co. --Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft --A.P. Giannini, architect of nationwide banking --Ray Kroc, hamburger meister --Estee Lauder, cosmetics tycoon --William Levitt, creator of suburbia --Lucky Luciano, criminal mastermind --Louis B. Mayer, Hollywood mogul --Charles Merrill, advocate of the small investor --Akio Morita, co-founder of Sony --Walter Reuther, labor leader --Pete Rozelle, football-league commissioner --David Sarnoff, father of broadcasting --Juan Trippe, aviation entrepreneur --Sam Walton, Wal-Mart dynamo --Thomas Watson Jr., IBM president

SCIENTISTS & THINKERS MARCH 29, 1999

--Leo Baekeland, plastics pioneer --Tim Berners-Lee, Internet designer --Rachel Carson, environmentalist --Albert Einstein, physicist --Philo Farnsworth, inventor of electronic television --Enrico Fermi, atomic physicist --Alexander Fleming, bacteriologist --Sigmund Freud, psychoanalyst --Robert Goddard, rocket scientist --Kurt Godel, mathematician --Edwin Hubble, astronomer --John Maynard Keynes, economist --The Leakey Family, anthropologists --Jean Piaget, child psychologist --Jonas Salk, virologist --William Shockley, solid-state physicist --Alan Turing, computer scientist --James Watson & Francis Crick, molecular biologists --Ludwig Wittgenstein, philosopher --The Wright Brothers, visionary aviators

HEROES & ICONS JUNE 14, 1999

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