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Commentary: Religion in Presidential Politics

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Commentary: Religion in Presidential Politics

Commentary: Religion in Presidential Politics

Commentary: Religion in Presidential Politics

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In the last of Morning Edition's series of commentaries on presidents and religion, Cathy Young says an active religious faith seems to have become a pre-requisite for running for president. She worries that candidates who are not publicly religious will have little chance of being elected.

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