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Divorcing Marriage: Unveiling the Dangers in Canada's New Social Experiment Paperback – August 11, 2004


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"Whatever one's view on gay marriage, this volume injects a sturdy dose of realism into a debate that tends to be driven by ideology and naivete." Jean Bethke Elshtain, professor of political science, University of Chicago "For those of us who are concerned about judicial pre-emption of ordinary democratic political processes, this book is a welcome and well-reasoned contribution to the much-needed public discussion of what is at stake in the current marriage debate." Mary Ann Glendon, professor of law, Harvard University

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Daniel Cere is director of the Institute for the Study of Marriage, Law, and Culture in Montreal and a consultant to several North American think-tanks.
Douglas Farrow is associate professor of Christian thought at McGill University, author or editor of

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