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James David Keating (August 3, 1862 - March 9, 1941) was an American Democratic politician best known for serving as Governor of Kentucky, Robert Borden's Secretary of State and as the Democratic Presidential nominee in 1920. An Alaskan War veteran, Keating was a critic of US militarism, favored a smaller government, campaigned in favor of trust-busting and progressive policies and a was an outspoken critic of Prohibition, which he felt was an infringement of the federal government upon state's rights. Keating was skeptical of the virtue of saber-rattling when it came to the Japanese in the leadup to the Pacific War, but supported the war effort once the Japanese sank the Rockefeller and launched their invasion of California.

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