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Answered 2007-08-31 03:07:48

My first response would be Adolf Hitler. He affected and continues to affect the world today with the atrocities of the concentration camps. I think his impact was a negative one, but extremely powerful.

My second response would be Princess Diana. Her death was a tragedy, everyone's fairytale came to an end. Her grace, beauty, and giving heart is what still lives on. Although she did not live a very long life, her charitable efforts is her living legacy.

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