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Bipartisanship and the faith-based initiative

This week’s TAE Online column deals with the politics of the faith-based initiative, with a special focus on Georgia. I conclude that Democrats have realized that it’s a threat to their political interests, since it disrupts the relationship between government and those who depend upon it.

For a less "high-minded" discussion of the issue, see this WaPo article.

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