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Kerry says religion has place in politics

By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / November 2, 2007

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WASHINGTON - Senator John F. Kerry defended the place of religious discussion in American political life yesterday, even as the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee decried the "unitary assertion of rectitude by certain Christian figures" and the "exploitation of religion" he said played a role in his loss to President Bush, who garnered disproportionate support from the most devout voters. (Full article: 465 words)

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