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October 14, 2012 12:00 AM

Heroes or villains? Koch brothers' largess stirs controversy

Charles and David Koch's political spending and the network of conservative political organizations and think tanks they fund have sparked protests. Two years of condemnations and criticism prompted Charles Koch to break his silence about politics, talking about why he wants to defeat President Barack Obama and elect members of Congress who will stop what he calls catastrophic overspending.

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