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Politics, Religion and the Tea Party
What role does religion play in the US presidential elections?
Last Modified: 13 Dec 2011 13:37

With a powerful Tea Party movement framing Republican policy in Washington and across the US, Fault Lines looks into the links between the Tea Party movement, the Christian conservative movement and Republican politics ahead of the GOP primaries.

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