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Appeal to 'moral heritage' is a presidential moment

Mitt Romney drew the line at discussing the specifics of his faith. (Globe Staff / David L. Ryan) Mitt Romney drew the line at discussing the specifics of his faith.
By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Staff / December 7, 2007

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WASHINGTON - Mitt Romney's highly anticipated religion speech yesterday was a political tour de force, rejecting the notion that he'd be bound as president by the leaders of his Mormon Church but also placing his faith among the many religions that constitute the "moral heritage" of the United States. (Full article: 783 words)

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