The Religious Right Hits Soul-Searching Times In a recent op-ed, David Kuo, former deputy director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, poses the question: "Who will govern the new religious right?" Kuo's article, "It's Not Your Father's Religious Right" appeared Sunday in The Washington Post.
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The Religious Right Hits Soul-Searching Times

The Religious Right Hits Soul-Searching Times

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In a recent op-ed, David Kuo, former deputy director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, poses the question: "Who will govern the new religious right?" Kuo's article, "It's Not Your Father's Religious Right" appeared in The Washington Post.