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ON THIS DAY:
In 1834, the Senate voted to censure President Andrew Jackson for abusing his authority in trying to close the Second Bank of the U.S. -- the equivalent of today's Fed.
In 1939, the Spanish Civil War ended when Madrid surrendered after three years of bloody fighting.
In 1941, Ford Motor Co. began building its Willow Run plant complex to make airplanes for the World War II effort.
In 1969, former President and WWII hero Dwight D. Eisenhower died.
In 1979, a valve failure at Three-Mile Island started the worst commercial nuclear accident in U.S. history.
"(The U.S. is determined to …