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1912: Women will not have the constitutional right to vote for another eight years.

Today: Political operatives study and preen candidates' images in order to find the best way to gain the "woman vote."

1912: The fastest way to get from Europe to the United States is by steamship. Under the best conditions, the trip takes approximately six days.

Today: British Airways' Concord airplane could make the trip between New York and London in less than three and a half hours, but it was retired in 2003 due to lack of interest.

1912: The distress call from the Titanic is not answered by the nearest ship because the communications operator has turned off his radio.

Today: In a crisis such as the Titanic faced, most of the passengers would be able to call anywhere in the world on their cell phones.

1912: Sailors speculate about the mysterious Bermuda Triangle...

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