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Richard Bushman

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Professor Emeritus of History at Columbia University and author of Joseph Smith: Rough Stone Rolling, a biography about the founder of Mormonism; Visiting Professor in Mormon Studies at Claremont Graduate University (Fall, 2008)

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Massachusetts Senator John Kennedy became America's first Catholic president after a  speech  in which he said no Catholic prelate would tell him what to do in the White House.

Mitt Romney and Religion in America's Public Life

Massachusetts Senator John Kennedy became America's first Catholic president after a speech in which he said no Catholic prelate would tell him what to do in the White House.

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Critics are taking a close look at the mormon religion and questioning its doctrines.

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.

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The Public Debate and Private Beliefs of Presidential Candidates

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