“A profound and inspiring opinion expanding human rights across America, and bridging the nation’s past to its present . . . Justice Kennedy’s opinion will affect the course of American history, and it will change lives starting now.”—The New York Times
A beautifully packaged gift edition of Obergefell et al. v. Hodges, Justice Anthony Kennedy’s landmark Supreme Court decision on marriage equality.
A milestone in the history of American civil and human rights, Obergefell et al. v. Hodges legalized gay marriage across the United States. A powerful testament to the progress of human and civil rights, The U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Marriage Equality is an essential document of our times.
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Praise for the Gift Edition:
“Never take your love—or marriage—for granted. This beautifully bound copy of The U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Marriage Equality celebrates a milestone in U.S. history, and on your bookshelf it will be a powerful reminder of equality in the name of love.” —Brides.com
Praise for The U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Marriage Equality:
“[This ruling is] a victory for gay and lesbian couples who have fought so long for their basic civil rights. It’s a victory for their children, whose families will now be recognized as equal to any other. It’s a victory for the allies and friends and supporters who spent years, even decades, working and praying for change to come. And this ruling is a victory for America. This decision affirms what millions of Americans already believe in their hearts: When all Americans are treated as equal we are all more free.”—President Barack Obama
“A landmark victory for gay rights.”—The Washington Post
“The Supreme Court’s historic ruling . . . granting gays and lesbians an equal right to marry nationwide puts an exclamation point on a profound shift in law and public attitudes, and creates the most significant and controversial new constitutional liberty in more than a generation.”—Los Angeles Times
“The most important civil rights case in a generation.”—The Guardian