Clashes and Religion in Europe, U.S.

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NPR's Sylvia Poggioli sends a letter from Europe in which she discusses the difference between the United States and Europe in their perceptions of religion. Poggioli says Europeans have been growing more and more secular, while Americans have been going in the opposite direction.

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