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'ARMIES OF COMPASSION'

Bush rallies faith-based groups, charities for aid

Private sector role debated

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / September 7, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Seeking to take command of a crisis that has drained his political capital and severely damaged his presidency, President Bush is using the Hurricane Katrina disaster as a demonstration of one of his core beliefs about government: private charities and faith-based groups can deliver some types of aid better than a big federal program. (Full article: 834 words)

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