Bush's Chrisitian Bloc Strong at New York Convention
This week, NPR's Linda Wertheimer has been looking at constituencies the GOP hopes will work together to re-elect President George Bush. None has been more important to the White House, or closer to the president's own heart, than the religious conservatives who are well represented in Madison Square Garden.
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