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RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY

Prof. Mark Rozell

  • Aired: 10/08/2010
  • 06:45
  • Rating: NR
"There is some new energy for religious conservatives that's growing out of the Tea Party," says George Mason University political scientist Mark Rozell, who calls the relationship between the two groups "mutually reinforcing, even though they are not necessarily all the same people."
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Mark Rozell talks about the relationship between the Tea Party and the religious right.
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