Islamic, Hindu, and Christian Fundamentalism Compared: Public Policy in Global Perspective
Santosh C. Saha, Thomas K. Carr
E. Mellen Press, 2003 - Religion - 330 pages
These essays examine the extent of religious influence on governmental and public policies, covering recent issues and many countries. Contributors are highly-recognized scholars in religious, historical and political science disciplines.
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