A Day in History: September 16th

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In 1932, Gandhi went on a hunger strike to protest the British government’s decision to separate India’s electoral system by caste.

In 1908, William Durant, the head of Buick Motor Company, created General Motors.

Apple Computer Inc in 1997, names co-founder Steve Jobs temporary CEO.

NBC premiered 2 shows on this day, "The Dean Martin Show" in 1965 AND "Miami Vice" in 1984.

"The Andy Griffith Show" in 1968 was seen for the last time on CBS.

The Beach Boys in 1963, released their album “Surfer Girl."

Now to birthdays!

Amy Poehler, from Parks and Recreation, turns 44 today,

Alexis Bledel from Gilmore Girls, turns 34.

Richard Marx turns 52.

Nick Jonas turns 23.

History is made everyday, so get out there people and make today historical!