"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
About the Author
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