Kerry and the Catholic Vote

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Polls suggest Americans want a president who is a person of faith. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty takes a look at the issue of faith and politics as it relates to Democratic Sen. John Kerry's run for the White House, and whether or not Kerry is Catholic enough to win the all-important Catholic swing vote.



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