The World Almanac and Book of Facts 2004

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William A. McGeveran
World Almanac Books, 2004 - Reference - 1008 pages
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The World Almanac 2004 continues the 135-year tradition of excellence, and provides today’s readers with the information they need, available anytime, anywhere. Highlights include:

- Expanded coverage of the most turned-to sections: noted personalities, education, space, sports, nations of the world, awards, and consumer information
- Enhancements and improvements on every page of the book
- Two color photo sections, with highlights of the years most noteworthy people, places, and events
- Free monthly e-mail updates provided to all readers throughout the year
- Larger type in selected sections and more illustrations throughout the book
- Authoritative, comprehensive and timely information on just about everything: census figures, health, historical anniversaries, presidents, personal finance, religion, sex, statistics, weather, and so much more - all in one book!

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I keep old almanacs around as a reference for previous information. I buy an almanac ever four or five years. These days, with internet information being so accessible, I doubt I'll ever buy a current ... Read full review

Contents

THE TOP TEN NEWS STORIES OF 2003
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THE BABY BOOM GENERATION
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TIMELINE 194685
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Copyright

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Ever since The World Almanac 1868 was published 135 years ago, more than 80 million people have turned to The World Almanac to get accurate, timely, and reliable information they need on every subject imaginable. Today, The World Almanac remains the world’s favorite information source.

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