Americans are profoundly divided over same-sex marriage, and now that gay civil unions and marriages are legal in some states, the issue has become increasingly urgent. Koppelman offers a sensible approach that will appeal to the best instincts of both sides.
"If same-sex marriages are lawfully performed in one state, must other states recognize those marriages? Koppelman has produced the best discussion, by far, of this important question. In the process, he clarifies a wide range of issues swirling about the same-sex marriage debate. This book is a genuine public service."—Cass Sunstein, Karl N. Llewellyn Distinguished Service Professor of Jurisprudence, University of Chicago
"A timely addition to the literature."—Lea Brilmayer, Howard Holtzmann Professor of International Law, Yale Law School