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Led the troops in the Battle of Bunker Hill where he was killed. To eliminate this situation the 20th Amendment was adopted. I strongly suspect that the imagery of a Second American Revolution will resemble what we’ve seen in other guerrilla conflicts. Consequently, the question of creating a navy scarcely appears in James Madison's record of the proceedings. Criminal defense is notoriously "labor-intensive".

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