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Norman Cousins
Norman Cousins (June 24, 1915 – November 30, 1990) was an American political journalist, author, professor, and world peace advocate. Cousins was born to Jewish immigrant parents Samuel Cousins and Sarah Babushkin Cousins, in West Hoboken, New Jersey (which later became Union City). At age 11, he was misdiagnosed with tuberculosis and placed in a sanatorium. Despite this, he was an athletic youth, and he claimed that as a young boy he "set out to discover exuberance."
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Born: 1915, West Hoboken
Died: 1990, Los Angeles

Alternate Names: Cousins, Norman., Cousins, Norman, 1915-1990, Cousins, Norman, 1912-, Cousins, Norman, 1912-1990, Cousins, Norman (American journalist and author, 1915-1990), Cousins, Norman ....-1990, Norman Cousins, カズンズ, ノーマン
Occupation(s): peace activist, literary critic, journalist, professor, writer, Photographers
Employer(s): World, Saturday Review, University of California, Los Angeles
Associated Place(s): United States

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