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Religion on Capitol Hill : myths and realities

by Peter L. Benson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060607807, Hardcover)

Religion on Capitol Hill, through its pointed illustration of the influence of the religious factor in the policy-making process, has earned a well-deserved reputation among political scientists as a "classic." It demonstrates the fallibility of the popular myths surrounding the place of religion in Congress and sheds light on their correlation with political affiliation and voting records. Proven an excellent supplement for courses in religion and politics, religion and society, and the sociology and psychology of religion, it fills a critical gap by addressing the themes growing out of the increasing interest in the relationship between religion and legislation.

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