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Poll: A&E Most Influential People of the Millennium

From "A&E Biography of the Millennium", here is the top 35 of the 100 most influential people of the millenium, in order. Who would you have put at the top of the list, as the most influential person of the millennium?

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    The Machine That Made Us (2008)

    Johannes Gutenberg (mass media--movable type for printing)
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    Newton: A Tale of Two Isaacs (1997)

    Isaac Newton (gravity)
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    Niall MacGinnis in Martin Luther (1953)

    Martin Luther (Protestant Reformation)
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    Roger Harding in Evolution (2016)

    Charles Darwin (evolutionist writer)
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    William Shakespeare

    William Shakespeare (Renaissance playwright)
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    Christopher Columbus (1949)

    Christopher Columbus (explorer)
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    Karl Marx was and still is the greatest communist theorist of all time. He proved that the nature of the wage in the capitalist economy is reproduction of the capitalist society itself.

    Karl Marx (19th c. political writer)
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    Albert Einstein

    Albert Einstein (physicist)
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    Kopernik (1973)

    Nicolaus Copernicus (astromony)
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    Galileo: On the Shoulders of Giants (1997)

    Galileo Galilei (astromony)
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    Leonardo da Vinci (1952)

    Leonardo da Vinci (for science)
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    Viggo Mortensen in A Dangerous Method (2011)

    Sigmund Freud (psychoanalysis)
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    Paul Muni and Donald Woods in The Story of Louis Pasteur (1936)

    Louis Pasteur (bacteria)
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    Spencer Tracy and Rita Johnson in Edison, the Man (1940)

    Thomas Edison (inventor)
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    Stephen Dillane in John Adams (2008)

    Thomas Jefferson (3rd US president, Declaration of Independence)
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    Adolf Hitler

    Adolf Hitler (Nazi leader during WWII)
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    Mohandas K. Gandhi

    M. Gandhi (led peaceful revolution in modern India)
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    Terry O'Quinn in Lost (2004)

    John Locke (17th c. philosopher)
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    Charlton Heston and Rex Harrison in The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965)

    Michaelangelo (Renaissance artist/sculptor)
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    Capitalism: A Love Story (2009)

    Adam Smith (18th c. Scottish philosopher and economist) (SCFP)
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    George Washington (1984)

    George Washington (1st US president, General of Revolutionary War)
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    Omar Sharif in Genghis Khan (1965)

    Ghengis Khan (12th c Mongul conqueror)
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    Abraham Lincoln (16th US president)
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    Olivier Rabourdin in Of Gods and Men (2010)

    St. Thomas Acquinas (Catholic philosopher)
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    Steamboat Willie (1928)

    James Watt (Scottish inventor; steam engine) (SCFP)
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    Tom Hulce in Amadeus (1984)

    W A Mozart (great Classic composer)
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    Napoleon (2000)

    Napoleon (French general, president and self-proclaimed emperor)
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    Johann Sebastian Bach

    JS Bach (great Baroque composer)
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    Henry Ford

    H. Ford (mass production of automobile)
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    Ed Harris and Diane Kruger in Copying Beethoven (2006)

    Beethoven (great late Classic/early Romantic composer)
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    Tom Conti in DNA (2004)

    Watson & Crick (DNA)
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    Cogitat Ergo Sum (2011)

    Descartes (philosopher) (SCFP)
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    Martin Luther King

    ML King Jr (US civil rights leader)
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    Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Nothing to Hide (2012)

    Rousseau (great philosopher of French "Enlightenment") (SCFP)
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    A V.I. Lenin in this film which was dedicated to the October Revolution. V.I. Lenin(30 December 1922 – 21 January 1924) was the leader of the first Scientific Socialist States, Soviet Union.

    N. Lenin (Russian political leader/writer)

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