Abstract and Keywords
This article presents a review of the existing religion and legislative studies, which is a limited but slowly growing body of literature. It pinpoints one major challenge to scholarship, which is the conceptualization and measurement of religion. It then summarizes and critiques legislative behavior scholarship. The article introduces aggregate outputs and identifies the role of organized religious interests.
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