McCain's Religious Strategy

GUESTS: TBA In spite of a long record of support for the Christian right, Senator John McCain seems to believe the future of his party depends on being able to reach out to a broader constituency: last week he labeled Christian right stalwarts Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson 'agents of intolerance.' Join Juan Williams and guests to examine how the wild card of religion is being played in the 2000 Presidential race, on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News.

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