Table of contents for The future of gay rights in America / edited by H.N. Hirsch.

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 I. Context
Chap. 1. Some Lessons from Lawrence. . . .John D'Emilio
Chap. 2. Questions of Tolerance and Fairness. . .David O.
Chap. 3. Same-Sex Marriage, Civil Unions, and the 2004
Presidential Vote. . .Kenneth Sherrill
Chap. 4. The Symbolic Centrality of Gay Marriage in the
2004 Presidential Election. . .Sean Cahill
Chap. 5. The Anti-Gay Backlash?. . .Ethel D. Klein
 II. Decision
Chap. 6. Some Thoughts on Institutional Life and "The Rest
of the Closet". . .John Brigham
Chap. 7. The Unknown Past of Lawrence v Texas. . .Dale
Chap. 8. The Rule of Lawrence. . .Andrew Koppelman
Chap. 9. Lawrence, Privacy, and the Marital Bedroom: A Few
Telltale Signs of Worry. . .Joe Rollins
Chap 10. The Continuing Triumph of Neo-Conservatism in
American Constitutional Law. . .Anna Marie Smith
Chap. 11. Sexuality, Marriage, and Relationships: The
Radical Potential of Lawrence. . .Jo Ann Citron and Mary
Lyndon Shanley
Chap. 12. Why Lawrence Was Not Expected: A Critique of
Pragmatic Legalist and Behavioral Explanations of Supreme
Court Decision-making. . .Ronald Kahn
Chap. 13. To What Extent Should We Be Looking Abroad for
Guidance in Interpeting the United States Constitution?. .
.Sanford Levinson
 III. The Future
Chap. 14. Liberal With a Twist: Queering Marriage. . .H.N.
Chap. 15. The Polite Thing To Do. . .Keith J. Bybee

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Gay rights -- United States.
Gays -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States.