The Sunday NYT magazine has a long and very good piece about the megachurches scattered round the growing exurban reaches of major American cities. It may be overreaching to call them the "soul" of the exurbs (and therefore of Bush's America), as the story's title does, but they're certainly part of ... More >>
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