FILE - In this Saturday, Feb. 2, 2008 photo released by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, right, and his wife Ann, right, greet Utah Sen. Bob Bennett, left, during the funeral service of Gordon B. Hinckley, president of the Mormon church, in Salt Lake City. Hinckley died Sunday. He was 97.How unthinkable it was, not so long ago, that a presidential election would pit a candidate fathered by an African against another condemned as un-Christian. And yet, here it is: Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney, an African-American and a white Mormon, representatives of two groups and that have endured oppression to carve out a place in the United States. How much progress has America made against bigotry? (AP Photo/The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Pool)

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FILE - In this Saturday, Feb. 2, 2008 photo released by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, right, and his wife Ann, right, greet Utah Sen. Bob Bennett, left, during the funeral service of Gordon B. Hinckley, president of the Mormon church, in Salt Lake City.  Hinckley died Sunday. He was 97.How unthinkable it was, not so long ago, that a presidential election would pit a candidate fathered by an African against another condemned as un-Christian. And yet, here it is: Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney, an African-American and a white Mormon, representatives of two groups and that have endured oppression to carve out a place in the United States. How much progress has America made against bigotry? (AP Photo/The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Pool)
FILE - In this Saturday, Feb. 2, 2008 photo released by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, right, and his wife Ann, right, greet Utah Sen. Bob Bennett, left, during the funeral service of Gordon B. Hinckley, president of the Mormon church, in Salt Lake City. Hinckley died Sunday. He was 97.How unthinkable it was, not so long ago, that a presidential election would pit a candidate fathered by an African against another condemned as un-Christian. And yet, here it is: Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney, an African-American and a white Mormon, representatives of two groups and that have endured oppression to carve out a place in the United States. How much progress has America made against bigotry? (AP Photo/The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Pool)
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