9780300255744 (electronic book) 0300255748 (electronic book)
Yale Law Library series in legal history and reference.
The definitive history of the marriage equality debate in the United States.
Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (EbscoHost, viewed September 16, 2020)
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Prelude. A Family Vacation Coming Out of the Constitutional Closet Opening Pandora's Box Trojan Horses Aloha, Same-Sex Marriage Defense of Marriage A Place at the Table Equality Practice The Cinderella Moment Cinderella Under Siege The New Maginot Line The Winter of Love Latter-day Constitutionalists Love Makes a Family "Restore Marriage " 8, the Trial Three Men in a Room Obama's Team Gay Behind the Glass The Perfect Wife Hijacking Science Self-Determination From Outlaws to In-Laws The Golden Rule Families We Choose Postscript. And It Ends with Family.
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Print version: Eskridge, William N. Marriage Equality : From Outlaws to In-Laws New Haven : Yale University Press, c2020