June 4 in History
1919June 4, 1919:
The United States Constitution’s 19th Amendment is passed, allowing women to vote.
1927June 4, 1927:
The first Ryder Cup tournament ends in Worcester, Massachusetts with the United States emerging as the inaugural winner.
1940June 4, 1940:
Author Carson McCullers publishes her first novel titled “The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter”.
1942June 4, 1942:
The Jan Struther novel-adapted film, “Mrs Miniver” is released in the United States.
1984June 4, 1984:
American rock singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen releases his seventh studio album, “Born in the U.S.A”.
1986June 4, 1986:
Jonathan Pollard, a former US Navy intelligence analyst, confesses to selling highly classified documents to Israel.
2003June 4, 2003:
Television personality and entrepreneur Martha Stewart is indicted for securities fraud in relation to selling ImClone Systems stocks.
2011June 4, 2011:
Chinese tennis player Li Na beats Francesca Schiavone to win the French Open Women’s title, becoming the first player from China to win a Grand Slam title.
2017June 4, 2017:
Ariana Grande performs at her benefit concert to support the victims of the bombing at her Manchester concert.
2018June 4, 2018:
Bill Clinton reveals in an NBC interview that he never apologized to Monica Lewinsky and has no plans of doing so in future.