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Sunday Cover (Religion: The Left) #835106

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 09, 2006
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The efforts of the religious center left to map out a strategy to get into the political debate examined; details given of the issues of poverty, the environment & the war in Iraq; scenes shown from the protests of the 1960s & 1970s. [National Council of Churches general secretary Rev. Bob EDGAR†- outlines the morale core.] [Evangelical leader Rev. Tony CAMPOLO†- says the religious right has made Jesus into a Republican; comments on the "me generation."] [Christian activist Rev. Jim WALLIS†- cites the cost of the war in Iraq.] [Center for Religion in Public Life Mark SILK†- compares the right & the left.]

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