The Church and the Revitalization of Politics and Community
Anna Greenberg examines the role religious institutions play in their local communities as agents of political mobilization and as intermediaries between the individual and the state. She argues that religious institutions serve as an important source of political information, resources, and incentives to engage the political process.
Prayers in the Precincts: The Christian Right in the 1998 Elections, Mark J. Rozell, Clyde Wilcox and John C. Green, eds. Reviewed by Anna Greenberg
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