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Jeff Jacoby

Anti-Mormonism gets personal

By Jeff Jacoby
Globe Columnist / July 1, 2007

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ANTI-MORMON prejudice reared its head during Mitt Romney's first political campaign, his 1994 run for the Senate against Ted Kennedy. Back then it usually manifested itself not as opposition to Romney's religion per se, but to the conservative political views of the Mormon Church, which Romney, as a faithful Mormon, was presumed to share. (Full article: 779 words)

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