By Alister Bull ST. LOUIS, April 28 (Reuters) - Armed with the power of faith and billions of dollars, America's mighty religious establishment is trying to reform the country's boardrooms on issues from human rights to television violence. Faith-based groups, like other special interest groups, have strategic investments in hundreds of companies that let them use shareholder resolutions to push their agendas. Bosses, mindful of the importance of religion in the lives of many Americans ...
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