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Patch works for that case, yes.  However...

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> the test case I was using that triggered
> the need for that is 1906-12-31 
> which is a Monday but changes what week
> it is based on whether you use U or W. 
> which makes no sense since both U and W
> should consider it the same week. 
> Had the same result for 1917-12-31.

Something's still not right here (this is with the patch):

>>> time.strptime("1917 51 1", "%Y %U %w")
(1917, 12, 17, 0, 0, 0, 0, 351, -1)
>>> time.strptime("1917 52 1", "%Y %U %w")
(1917, 12, 31, 0, 0, 0, 0, 365, -1)

1917 both started and ended on a Monday, so there are 53 U
weeks, right?  (where the last 'week' is only one day).  So
31/12/1917 should be U=53, W=52
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