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Untying The Knot. This is a straightforward and important book. Readers who pick up this book to inform themselves about the same-sex marriage debate will be led to wonder why the state involves itself in marriage at all. The writing is clear, succinct, and a pleasure to read. This book is essential reading for everyone interested in the family, political theory, public policy, or law.
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Tamara Metz. Overview Author s Reviews Tamara Metz is assistant professor of political science and humanities at Reed College. Claire Snyder-Hall, Law and Politics Book Review "This lucid, thoughtful, and cogently argued book makes a significant contribution to the literature on marriage.