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On this day in 1867 Henry L. Stimson, who served as US Secretary of War during the Second World War, was born. In an article in 1947, Stimson wrote:
International law... is the gradual expression, case by case, of the moral judgments of the civilized world. (Foreign Affairs 25.)
This is also the day on which two formidable West Indian cricketers were born: Learie Constantine in 1901; and Curtly Ambrose in 1963.
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