America Magazine published a Catholic News Service story on Maryland Gov. Martin O'Mally's talk, which was part of the Institute for Policy Research & Catholic Studies' series of national policy forums. See below.

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From: Catholic News Service (via America) Date: Nov. 17, 2014 Author: Patricia Zapor

With an engaging illustration of economic inequity in the United States, Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley told an audience at The Catholic University of America that the lessons he learned as a student there too often are lost in politics and policy.

Principles including belief in the dignity of every individual; a sense that every person has a responsibility to advance the common good, and that "we are all in this together," were taught to him at Catholic University and a Jesuit high school, O'Malley said.

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