And so, suddenly the guy who was going to make history by sweeping the first three primaries only won one of them.
So Obama decided it's worth a roll of the dice to make history.
Michelle Goldberg reports on the liberal whose campaign could make history—or cost Democrats the Senate.
He yearned to do great things, to be a great man, to make history, and the history books.
The highly anticipated return of this show is sure to make history all over again.
Do we not 'make history rapidly in these days,' since England and France have entered on their modern career?
They do not budge the truth a hair's breadth and they do not make history.
He had tracked down a pocket to make history with, to count time from.
Nevertheless the debates contained an incident that helped to make history.
At any rate, the statue helps us to make history real to the imagination.