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The World Cup: Continental Divide
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From Bogotá to Buenos Aires, in Quito, Santiago and Salvador, there is a hope, however quixotic, that South America will rise this year to become the world’s dominant soccer continent. They would lay waste to the giants of Europe, with their lectures
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