Friedes, Josh
April 2004
New England Law Review;Spring2004, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p533
Academic Journal
Offers views on whether same-sex marriage can coexist with religion. Paradox of the establishment clause; Common perception between civil marriage and religious marriage; Comments on equal civil marriage rights for same-sex couples.


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