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Commentary: Religious 'nones' need to organize

Franklin Graham, the evangelical preacher and son of Billy Graham, is in the midst of a 10-city tour of California in the run-up to Tuesday's primary election, rallying conservatives to "turn this state around." That may seem like a pipe dream, given the dramatic shifts in America's religious landscape: In 2003, 21 percent of Americans were white evangelicals; by 2017, that number had dropped to 13 percent. Meantime, those identifying with no

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