Science and God in the Election

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Science  04 Jan 2008:
Vol. 319, Issue 5859, pp. 12
DOI: 10.1126/science.1154211

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    Donald Kennedy doesn't think that religion or God should have any place in the election of the next president of the United States (Editorial, "Science and God in the election," 4 January 2008, p. 12). His claim that a candidate explaining his theological position "touches on the establishment clause" is ludicrous. Every individual in the United States has the freedom to choose or not choose any religion and has the freedom to...

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