Life Issues: Abortion, Stem Cell Research, and the Case of Terry Schiavo
George W. Bush's religiosity has invited much analysis and controversy about the impact of religion on government. This collection of leading scholars' essays first examines the impact of various religions voting groups on the 2004 presidential campaign, and then reviews and assesses the impact of religion on the policies of the Bush presidency.
Presidents; Presidents--Election; Religion; Religion and politics; Voting; Voting--Religious aspects
American Politics | Political Science | Religion
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Jelen, T. G.
Life Issues: Abortion, Stem Cell Research, and the Case of Terry Schiavo. In Mark J. Rozell; Gleaves Whitney,
Religion and the Bush Presidency