Episode: Impolite Conversation #7: Hillary Clinton's Religion and Iowa Caucus Preview


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Impolite Conversation #7: Hillary Clinton's Religion and Iowa Caucus Preview
In this month's episode, we talk to Melissa Deckman of Washington College and the Public Religion Research Institute about how Hillary Clinton's faith impacts her politics. Then we discuss how the presidential race is shaping up in Iowa with Sarah McCammon of NPR. And in One Last Thing, Dan rhapsodizes about Tony Bennett's memoir and Tim worries about normal human reactions interfering with our driverless future.

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