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James Buchanan, the only president to remain a bachelor his entire life, may have also been the first gay president in U.S. history.
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The class sparked outrage, prompting critics to send the professor hundreds of "malicious and vile" emails and phone calls.
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From commentary on animal activism to stories of war heroes that rescued thousands, the documentaries on this list are the best of the best that Netflix has to offer.