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Sun May 29, 2016, 01:12 AM

5. Amazing photos. Imagine getting stuck with Menem! Oh, no.

Should have guessed Teddy Roosevelt would have had to huff and puff his way up there, too. He seemed convinced he was the world's greatest adventurer.

Eisenhower was just getting the for serious ball rolling with the CIA headed by Allan Dulles. They overthrew their first leftist President together in 1954, in United Fruit's Guatemala, with both Dulles brothers actively engaged in United Fruit operations.

Apparently he had time to keep a close eye on Chile, too, as did his vice-President, Richard Nixon. What a shame for the country.

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The towers of Argentina are truly special. It's so cool you've taken the time to let us know about these monuments around the country. Very distinctive, completely interesting.

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