By Ronald C. Den Otter,Elisabeth Sheff,Sonu Bedi,Janet Bennion,Mark Goldfeder,Yosef Razin,Diane Klein,Andrew Lister,Ameneh Maghzi,Mark Gruchy,Kristin McCarty,Maura Strassberg,Olivia Newman
Rather than settling the query of even if states should abolish marriage, make it extra inclusive, contractual, or name it whatever else, this publication exposes readers to a few of the normative, felony, and empirical questions that american citizens needs to deal with sooner than they could planned thoughtfully approximately even if to maintain the marital established order the place monogamy continues to be privileged. in contrast to a lot of the controversy over same-sex marriage, they alternate purposes with each other as they talk about marital reform. This e-book is for usual american citizens, their elected representatives, and judges, to aid them eventually make a decision whether or not they are looking to proceed to outline marriage so narrowly, make it extra inclusive to prevent discrimination, or have the nation depart the wedding company. This edited, interdisciplinary quantity includes 8 unique contributions, all of which light up vital yet usually ignored components of the topic.
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Beyond Same-Sex Marriage: Perspectives on Marital Possibilities by Ronald C. Den Otter,Elisabeth Sheff,Sonu Bedi,Janet Bennion,Mark Goldfeder,Yosef Razin,Diane Klein,Andrew Lister,Ameneh Maghzi,Mark Gruchy,Kristin McCarty,Maura Strassberg,Olivia Newman