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Radicalizing or de-revolutionizing Egypt?

Morsi opponents in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. The photograph in the back is of Egyptian Army Gen. Abdel Fatah al-Sissi, who … Continued

Democracy minus freedom equals tyranny

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Got democracy? From Egypt to the U.S., religion and secularism must embrace women’s rights

Morsi opponents in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. The photograph in the back is of Egyptian Army Gen. Abdel Fatah al-Sissi, who … Continued

Pew study: 99 percent of Afghans want sharia to be ‘law of the land’

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Poll says Muslim Brotherhood has soured Americans on Egypt

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Opponents of gay marriage say they’re no bigots

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The values behind support for path to citizenship for illegal immigrants

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Roe v. Wade anniversary: How abortion became an evangelical issue

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Critiquing Morsi’s Egypt

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‘Lincoln’ rekindles equality

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