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Separation anxiety

John Kerry's religion problem -- and the Catholic Democrat who can help him solve it

By Scott Stossel
May 23, 2004

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JOHN KERRY HAS a religion problem. Forty-four years after John F. Kennedy defied centuries of anti-Catholic prejudice to become the first man of his faith to be elected president of the United States, Kerry -- set to become only the third Catholic in American history to be selected as a major party's presidential nominee -- is now struggling, as Kennedy ... (Full Article: 2324 Words)

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