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.
About the Author
MARK J. ROZELL is Professor of Public Policy, George Mason University, Virginia, USA. GLEAVES WHITNEY is Director, Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies, Grand Valley State University, USA.