On Faith :Defending Pluralism in the United States
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On Faith :Defending Pluralism in the United States

Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), the first Muslim elected to Congress, says the Founding Fathers got religion right at a Georgetown University/World Economic Forum roundtable moderated Thursday by On Faith's Sally Quinn.Video by Malcolm Brown/FSN. Edited by Thomas Banchoff.

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