Durham News: Opinion

March 7, 2014 12:00 AM

Jesse James DeConto: One-way train

When I was 7 years old in the mid-’80s, Mom started taking my brother Marco and me to Grace Bible Baptist Church and School in a squat, utilitarian building hidden on a back road in rural New Hampshire, with a congregation of 30 or 40 strong: The Moral Majority.

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