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Credo: Marion Barry

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"Mayor for Life" Marion Barry started his public career as a civil rights activist in the 1960s and later became mayor of the nation's capital. The 77-year-old is perhaps most famous for his 1990 arrest on drug charges, but that didn't stop his political comeback: He was elected mayor again in 1994 and now sits on the D.C. Council. Do you consider yourself to be of a specific faith? Even though...

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