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The majority of Americans say September 11 proved there's too little religion


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Articles referenced above include:

Pastoral Compensation Hits New High—Barna Research Online (May 28, 2002)
Americans Struggle with Religion's Role at Home and Abroad—Pew Research Center (March 20, 2002)

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