Barack Obama Breaks With Ex-Pastor, Rev. Wright This week in politics: Barack Obama denounces his former pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright; the Supreme Court backs an Indiana law requiring voters to show a picture ID at their polling place; and Hillary Clinton and John McCain find themselves on the same side of an economic proposal.
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Barack Obama Breaks With Ex-Pastor, Rev. Wright

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Barack Obama Breaks With Ex-Pastor, Rev. Wright

Barack Obama Breaks With Ex-Pastor, Rev. Wright

Barack Obama Breaks With Ex-Pastor, Rev. Wright

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This week in politics: Barack Obama denounces his former pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright; the Supreme Court backs an Indiana law requiring voters to show a picture ID at their polling place; and Hillary Clinton and John McCain find themselves on the same side of an economic proposal.

For more, Farai Chideya speaks with Mary Frances Berry, a professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania; and Robert Traynham, D.C. bureau chief for the Comcast cable network, CN8.