Defense of Marriage: Does it Need Defending?

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Nova Publishers, 2004 - 122 頁
The contemporary world has become so unravelled that the Congress of the United States, with nothing better to do, has felt the necessity of passing a Defense of Marriage Act. We are all being treated to daily media coverage of the same-sex marriages and programming which would make the devil blush. We are being told that the weird is just fine. Will the children of the man-women unions see this deviation as normal? Some critics blame society's depravation on the legions of spent politicians wreaking havoc on the country and perhaps they are not wrong. But maybe, just maybe, society in the main has had enough and is at last fighting back against the forces tying to intimidate it. This book looks at laws and actions being taken at the federal level to right a ship gone very wrong.
 

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Interstate Marriage Recognition and the Defense of Marriage Act
1
Defense of Marriage Act
19
The Defense of Marriage Act Federal Laws in which Benefits Rights and Privileges are Contingent on Marital Status
29
SameSex Marriages
47
SameSex Adoptions
59
Protecting Marriage by Constraining the Courts
63
Judicial Activism Forces SameSex Marriage on the Nation
71
The Federal Income Tax and the Treatment of Married Couples Background and Analysis
79
Defense of Marriage Act Dissenting Views
101
America is at a Moral Crossroads
113
Constitution Provides Key to Protecting Marriage
115
Index
119
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