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In presidential politics, not all religions are created equal From a strictly legal perspective, nothing could be clearer. There is no religious test for public office in the United States. De facto, however, things are a lot murkier, especially when the office in question is the presidency. Is there a de facto religious test for the presidency? And if there is, whom does it exclude?

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