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...ution of new morals and lifestyle from the shadows to the public. James Dean may have not received a lot of credit for changing the world since he lived to be only 24 years old, however, he changed the world from being narrowed minded to now broad minded to almost any subject now. Netherless, if James was here today, he would be notorious to everyone for being the first rebel.
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