On September 23rd in 1952,Richard Nixon gave his famous Checkers speech, in which he addressed allegations of illegitimate campaign funding.
Other Events on September 23rd:
1846: The planet, Neptune, was discovered by astronomer, Johann Gottfried Galle.
1930: Famous jazz musician, Ray Charles, was born in Albany, Ga.
1939: Psychologist, Sigmund Freud died at the age of 83 in London.
1994: The movie, The Shawshank Redemption, debuted in theaters.
2011: The soap opera "All My Children" aired for the final time on ABC, after 41 years.
2013: Blackberry agreed to sell itself to a group of investors for $4.7 billion.
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