July 2003
New Republic;7/21/2003, Vol. 229 Issue 3, p8
Focuses on Pat Robertson, a television preacher who attacked the George W. Bush Administration for undermining the government of Liberian leader Charles Taylor in a June 26, 2003 broadcast of 'The 700 Club,' according to Americans United for Separation of Church and State. Assertion that Taylor is a business partner with Robertson through a 1999 deal with Taylor's regime concerning Robertson's company, Freedom Gold; View that Robertson will not benefit from Taylor's ouster from Liberia.


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