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'Carpetbagger' vs. 'slaveholder'

"'Carpetbagger' vs. 'slaveholder'" Continued...

Issue: "Iraq: Bravo Company's story," Aug. 21, 2004

Mr. Keyes himself is keenly aware that his reputation hangs in the balance. "I knew I was putting my whole reputation at stake in a very difficult, uphill battle," he told WORLD. "But when God put this in my path, I felt He was sort of showing me all the work I had done in the past and saying, 'Are you only going to defend these things when there's something in it for you?' The answer to that was no, of course not. It's going to be a tough race, an uphill fight, but we'll just do the best we can and let God decide."

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