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In less than an hour, the customers can cross the Rockies in an ore bucket, cruise the Great Lakes in a sternwheeler, crouch in a bunker at Cape Canaveral and watch the missile gap narrow with a perfect shot every six minutes. On the northern outskirts of New York City (the real one), where big, white-ribbon highways trellis over swampy wastes, Freedomland opens next week. Billed as "the world's largest outdoor entertainment center," it rises out of a former garbage dump, is nothing less than a replica of the continental U.S.A., 833...

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