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What did studying religion do to Susie Meister’s political views?

In a piece titled “Why I Left the Right”, writer and doctorate of religious studies Susie Meister shares how her faith changed her political views and party affiliation. Meister was a young conservative, who shared her Evangelical faith and GOP affiliation on the MTV reality show, Road Rules, and then went to work for the George W. Bush campaign in 2001, while double-majoring in religion and political science.

It is typically assumed that people ‘grow into’ conservative politics, per the popular quote incorrectly […]

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