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Charley Reese, a retired Orlando Sentinel columnist who for decades argued forcefully for less government and more personal freedom, died Tuesday. He was 76.
Reese, who lived in Seminole County, died of respiratory failure after a long illness, family members said.
A self-described "constitutional purist," he started working for the Sentinel in 1972 and two years later began writing a column that would continue through 2001.
"He was more concerned with the individual, and he felt that the government should be more of a servant of the people," said Manning Pynn, a friend and a retired Sentinel editorial page editor.
Reese's writing developed an intensely loyal following during a time when metropolitan Orlando was a decidedly more conservative region than it is today.
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