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Re: Romney and Mormonism


Romney might try to appeal to religious-conservative voters not on the basis of his religious faith but on the basis of his agreement with them on the public-policy issues that most concern them. Linker, toward the end of his piece, signals that he doesn’t see the distinction, but I think that says more about his own embrace of liberalism than about the possible alternatives available.


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