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Provoked By Trump, The Religious Left Is Finding Its Voice

The Trump administration has inspired a new activism on the part of liberal religious groups. Like the Moral Majority of the 1980s, they fear an assault on their most basic Christian values.

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Provoked By Trump, The Religious Left Is Finding Its Voice

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