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Nations under god how churches use moral authority to influence policy anna grzymala busse on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in some religious countries churches have drafted constitutions restricted abortion and controlled education in othersnations under god argues that where religious and national identities have historically fused churches gain enormous moral authorityand covert institutional access these powerful churches then shape policy in backrooms and secret meetings instead of through open democratic channels such as political parties or the ballot boxin some religious countries churches have drafted constitutions restricted abortion and controlled education in others church influence on public policy is far weaker why nations under god argues that where religious and national identities have historically fused churches gain enormous moral authorityand covert institutional accessthe focus of anna grzymala busses interesting and learned volume nations under god how churches use moral authority to influence policy has to do with the ways churches succeed or fail with respect to influencing public policy as the author indicates her particular interest is to answer this question with respect to constitutional democraciesin some religious countries churches have drafted constitutions restricted abortion and controlled education in others church influence on public policy is far weaker why nations under god argues that where religious and national identities have historically fused churches gain enormous moral authorityand covert institutional access

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