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In Depth (Faith in America) Part IV #784644

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 24, 2005
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) NBC News poll results on giving federal funds to private organizations to help with social problems cited. Special series on issues of faith in America continued.

(New York: Campbell Brown) A reality check on President Bush’s faith-based initiatives presented; details given of the dropping of the tax incentive that would have benefited charities. [Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives deputy director David KUO††- comments on the political benefits from Bush’s 2000 campaign promise of compassionate conservatism.] [BUSH – says he will call on faith-based ministries to change America.] [Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives head Jim TOWEY†- comments on political jockeying.]

Seigenthaler, John;
Brown, Campbell

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