Friday, May 3, 2013
This was 123rd day of the year and 242 days remained in the year.
May 3 in History
The Shelley v. Kraemer Supreme Court decision stated that it is unconstitutional for a court to enforce a restrictive covenant which prevents people of a certain race from owning or occupying property.
Margaret Thatcher became the first woman elected prime minister of England.
The United States, a member of the UN Human Rights Commission since its inception, lost its seat. It would be restored the following year.
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