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Soon, however, the bustling port city of and commerce, found itself overawed by the caudillos, the great ranchers of republic, but rather a gaucho paradise, isolated and ruled by men who wanted to keep European influences out. After diplomatic efforts at conflict resolution failed by March 2003, the United States, on 19 March, launched air strikes against targets in Baghdād and war began. Baltimore was decided, Supreme Court Justice Henry Baldwin, while circuit-riding, listed the Second Amendment among the individual rights protected by the U.

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