This is open to debate -- what isn't -- but by most reckonings the first day of the 21st century was January 1, 2001.
This means that June 2000 was In the 20th century.
Chasuk is correct. A lot of people just cann't accept that 1999 was not the last day of the 20th. It wasn't. That's one reason it's called the 20th century.
by ngureco 4 years ago
What Century Are We In Now? When Does A Century Starts And Ends?
by Sophia Angelique 9 years ago
Here are some quotes from the article below:"“America is in danger, I think, of becoming something of a legal backwater,” Justice Michael Kirby of the High Court of Australia said in a 2001 interview. He said that he looked instead to India, South Africa and New Zealand.""In a...
by jackavc 12 years ago
What is an item of the 20th century is now redundant in the 21st?
by icv 6 years ago
Do you think 21st century will be the century of capitalism ?
by Nathan Bernardo 10 years ago
Beginning at the turn of the 20th century, have America's wars been primarily rooted in economics?The Philippine American War was America's first war overseas. It has been said that the reason for it was primarily economic, at least partly due to fear of China dominating trade in Asia. Some would...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
My mother said this 4 DECADES ago that in the 21st century, there is going to be either theexceedingly wealthy or the extreme poor with a small middle class. Do YOU agree with this premise? Why? Why not?
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