Should the Private Beliefs of Candidates be Subject to Public Debate?

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Nearly forty-seven years after John F. Kennedy tackled the religion question in his successful bid for the presidency, a candidate’s religion is once again emerging as a significant campaign issue. Can Republican Mitt Romney make voters comfortable with the fact that he’s a practicing mormon? On Reporter’s Notebook, how NOT to ask questions. Sara Terry guest hosts. Photo Credit: Eric Rowley/Stringer / Getty Images News



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