The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Religion and Politics in the U.S. provides a broad, inclusive, and rich range of chapters, in the study of religion and politics. Arranged in their historical context, chapters address themes of history, law, social and religious movements, policy and political theory.
- Broadens the parameters of this timely subject, and includes the latest work in the field
- Draws together newly-commissioned essays by distinguished authors that are cogent for scholars, while also being in a style that is accessible to students.
- Provides a balanced and inclusive approach to religion and politics in the U.S.
- Engages diverse perspectives from various discourses about religion and politics across the political and disciplinary spectra, while placing them in their larger historical context
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