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Columbus Day sparks debate and controversy

Columbus Day will be celebrated with parades all over the U.S. on Monday, but many say Americans should just forget the holiday altogether. The United States celebrates Columbus Day on the second Monday of October each year to mark Italian explorer Christopher Columbus’ Oct. 12, 1492 arrival...
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