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DURHAM, N.C. - The gathering in a private dining room at a Mexican restaurant had the fervent energy of a megachurch service, or maybe an above-average "Oprah" episode - a mix of revival-style confession and extravagant empathy. There were souls to be won.

"By the end of the day, Kelly's going to be an agent," the group's square-jawed leader said. "Kelly went through the process a while ago, then life happens, now she's back. Her commitment to me that she made earlier, she...

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