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- Barry Lynn executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State and author of "Piety & Politics" (Harmony Books)
- Diane Winston of the Pew Charitable Trust, and author of Red Hot and Righteous: The Urban Religion of the Salvation Army (Harvard University Press)
- Dana Milbank White House reporter for the Washington Post
- Major George Hood The Salvation Army
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