Bruce Wilson (American journalist)

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Bruce Wilson is a liberal journalist specializing in investigating and reporting the influence of the religious right in politics, and is a cofounder of the public interest journalism groups ePluribus Media and [1]Talk2Action, an organization of scholars producing detailed and ongoing research on religious matters in scholarly detail.[1]

He is frequently cited[citation needed] by other media groups, such as the North Star Writers Group,[2] the Center for Independent Media,[3] Democratic Underground,[4] and the Center for Research on Globalization.[5] His contributions include to the Huffington Post.[6] and Talk2Action[7]

Wilson’s father was a Methodist minister who worked with the American Friends Service Committee on ending the war in Vietnam.[citation needed] Wilson attended Phillips Academy, the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and Boston’s Northeastern University.

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