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Colsons crusade
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When Charles Colson, White House legal counsel under President Richard Nixon, went to prison in 1974 for obstruction of justice related to the Watergate scandal, few people could have predicted the path his life would take. Colson, in the vernacular of the day, got “jailhouse religion” and said he would dedicate his life to helping those behind bars. His conversion was met with a great deal of suspicion.

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