The Future of Marriage
The president of the Institute for American Values recounts his discussions with the head of Freedom to Marry, a group advocating equal marriage rights for same-sex couples, in an account that evaluates the gay marriage debate, the definition of marriage as it is being shaped by current events, and the perspectives of conservatives with regards to marriage as a social institution.
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