Today in History for November 30th

Pink Floyd releases its best-selling album "The Wall"; Winston Churchill, Mark Twain, Dick Clark born; World Trade Organization's meeting met by 40-thousand protesters; (Nov. 30)

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CAMILLE BOHANNON: November 30, 1874.

WINSTON CHURCHILL: I have never promised anything but blood, tears, toil, and sweat.

CAMILLE BOHANNON: Sir Winston Churchill, the British statesman who led his people through World War II, is born at Blenheim Palace, England.

1835. Writer and humorist Mark Twain, author of "Huckleberry Finn" and "Tom Sawyer," is born Samuel Langhorne Clemens in Florida, Missouri.

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CAMILLE BOHANNON: 1999. In Seattle, at least 40,000 protesters, some of whom clashed with police, disrupt the opening of the World Trade Organization's meeting. 1929.

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TV personality and producer Dick Clark, who hosted American Bandstand for decades, is born in Mount Vernon, New York.

And 1979.

[MUSIC - PINK FLOYD, "ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL"]

Hey! Teacher! Leave them kids alone.

CAMILLE BOHANNON: British rock group Pink Floyd releases its best selling album, "The Wall."

Today in history, November 30. Camille Bohannon, the Associated Press.