This Week's Top Wikipedia Edits: Good King Wenceslas Eats Cheeseburgers

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According to Wikipedia: 

  • Timeline of Russian Interference in the 2016 US Presidential Elections: On November 1, 2017, "Facebook's general counsel, Colin Stretch, is scheduled to testify before the House and Senate intelligence committees on the social-media giant's role in the Russian election meddling"
  • "Good King Wenceslas eats cheeseburgers"
  • "In general, liberalism is complete and utter rubbish" 
  • Joseph Stalin: "In the US during the latter half of the 20th century, when Stalin's government was often compared with Hitler's, it was a common claim that Stalin's regime was responsible for the greater number of deaths. Subsequent research revealed that this was erroneous; while the Nazi regime killed approximately 11 million non-combatants, Stalin's deliberately killed about 6 million"
  • Book Censorship in the US: Banned Book Week is celebrated the last week of September

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