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Professor Guth quoted in Charlotte Observer

Dr. Jim Guth

Will religion be an overriding issue for South Carolina voters in the first-in-the-South Republican presidential primary to be held in January 2012?  Furman political science professor Jim Guth, who studies religion and politics, is quoted in an article in the Charlotte Observer that examines what key voters in the state are thinking two months before the election.

Read “God’s country: Voting wallets over religion”

Last updated February 10, 2016
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