Judith Stacey

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Professor of Sociology at New York University and author of Unhitched: Love, Marriage and Family Values from West Hollywood to Western China

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The federal Defense of Marriage Act was cobbled together in 1996, after the Supreme Court of Hawaii suggested there might be a right to same-sex marriage.

State Laws, Federal Laws and the Institution of Marriage

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