Should the Private Beliefs of Candidates be Subject to Public Debate?
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- Vincent Bonsignore: Assistant Sports Editor, L.A. Daily News
Should the Private Beliefs of Candidates be Subject to Public Debate? ()
Critics are taking a close look at the mormon religion and questioning its doctrines. Should a candidate’s private beliefs be used as a measure to determine performance in public office? Will Romney’s religion be an obstacle as he tries to woo the Christian right?
- Dan Gilgoff: Senior Editor of US News & World Report, @dangilgoffCNN
- Alex Beam: Columnist for the Boston Globe
- Richard Bushman: Professor Emeritus of History at Columbia University
- Richard Cizik: VP for Governmental Affairs at the National Association of Evangelicals
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