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1. Libraries use a system of classification of books devised by a man in 1876 whose first name was Melvil. What was his last name?
2. Braille is given credit for inventing the Braille system which allows the blind to read by means of six dots embossed on paper. What was the first name of this man?
3. Which Dewey was a racket-busting prosecuting attorney who ran unsuccessfully for President twice, losing both time?
4. This English actor/comedian shed his accent to become, on television, a grumpy curmudgeon of a physician. Which Hugh is it?
5. Who organized, along with Bobby Seales, the protest group that called itself the Black Panthers?
6. What piano playing rock-and-roller had giant hits with "Great Balls of Fire" and "Whole Lot of Shakin' Goin' On"?
7. He was not the inventor of the so-called 'sexual revolution' but he was its most dedicated advocate. He created a media fortune with his magazine and related enterprises. What was this Hugh's last name?
8. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson led us through magic lands. He made us dream of 'Wonderland' and 'Through the Looking Glass'. By what name do we know him?
9. He was a Methodist minister who also was an actor. An unassuming man, his greatest success was as the television father of Wallace and Theodore. Who was he?
10. He was, first of all, a philosopher and psychologist but became one of the most respected and influential educational reformers. Whose book "School and Society" (1900) changed the thinking of pedagogues everywhere?
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