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This thesis considers the US v. Windsor decision (2013) placing it in the context of larger queer political movements.
Assimilation (Sociology) -- Sexual minorities, Sexual minorities -- Legal status -- Laws, Affirmation, Normativity (Ethics) -- Social aspects, Same-sex marriage -- Law and legislation -- United States -- Cases, Social justice -- Public opinion, United States -- Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), Edie Windsor, Whitman College -- Dissertation collection 2014 -- Politics Department
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