As The Supreme Court Ends Its Term, The Christian Nationalist Right Keeps Winning : The NPR Politics Podcast The Supreme Court ends its term and Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson takes the bench. And how does the Christian right keep securing political wins even as the share of like-minded Americans dwindles?

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As The Supreme Court Ends Its Term, The Christian Nationalist Right Keeps Winning

As The Supreme Court Ends Its Term, The Christian Nationalist Right Keeps Winning

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Worshippers attend a concert by evangelical musician Sean Feucht on the National Mall on October 25, 2020 in Washington, DC. Samuel Corum/Getty Images hide caption

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The Supreme Court ends its term and Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson takes the bench. And how does the Christian right keep securing political wins even as the share of like-minded Americans dwindles?

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