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On the third day of his Administration, President Obama issues an executive order to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center for suspected terrorists within a year. The left hails the order as a sign of a new era. The right warns that national security would be compromised. Three months later it's proven far tougher to close the center than originally hoped.