Lew had nothing to do with the war between the Anchor and Spade outfits, but he couldn't remain neutral. If Anchor won he would be safe, but if Spade came out on top, the cattle owners would be squeezed out, which included Lew. He was determined to fight for what he had worked so hard to acquire. Lew threw in with Anchor, but Spade had might.
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