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Politicians Ponder 'Religion Gap'

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Politicians Ponder 'Religion Gap'

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Politicians Ponder 'Religion Gap'

Politicians Ponder 'Religion Gap'

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On the eve of the Iowa caucuses, Democratic hopeful Howard Dean joins former President Jimmy Carter for Sunday church services. Although Dean is not expected to gain an endorsement, the trip could help bridge what sociologists call a "religion gap" between America's two parties. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports.

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