The bloggers at the forefront of mosque debate
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The bloggers at the forefront of mosque debate

The Washington Post's Michelle Boorstein talks about two of the bloggers who have seen their online voices begin to influence the national debate on the proposed Islamic center in lower Manhattan. (The Washington Post)

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