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With Charleston hosting 52 of the nation's 87 surviving Medal of Honor men this week, a common thread among many in their ranks is that they came from large, working-class families where self- reliance, unit strength and attention to duty were learned at an early age.
"Everything depended on what you were supposed to do," Williams said Tuesday, speaking of life on the cash-strapped cow farm. "If you didn't get something done you got in trouble with the rest of the family," he said, "not only with the mother and the father."
And just like in the military, there was no questioning of work or orders.
"You did it because it had to be done," said Williams, who along with Baker agreed that they excelled during critical moments on the battlefield probably because of the values instilled back home.
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