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Religion and the Presidential Election

Alan Wolfe, Elaine Kamarck, E.J. Dionne

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Format: Panel Discussion followed by Q&A

Length: 123 minutes

Boisi Center Director Alan Wolfe leads a discussion of the role of religion and personal morality in the 2004 presidential election. Elaine Kamarck is a professor at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and coeditor of Governance.com: Democracy in the Information Age (Brookings Institution Press, 2002). E.J. Dionne, professor at Georgetown University, is author of Why Americans Hate Politics (Simon & Schuster, 2004).

Wolfe introduces the panel.

Presenter(s): Alan Wolfe, Elaine Kamarck, E.J. Dionne

Date: April 26, 2004

Location: Jenks Honors Library, Gasson Hall

Sponsor(s): Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life

URL: http://frontrow.bc.edu/program/election/

The information on this page is accurate as of April 2004