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100 1  Frank, Nathaniel,|eauthor 
245 10 Awakening :|bhow gays and lesbians brought marriage 
       equality to America /|cNathaniel Frank 
264  1 Cambridge, Massachusetts ;|aLondon, England :|bThe Belknap
       Press of Harvard University Press,|c2017 
300    xii, 441 pages :|billustrations ;|c25 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 371-421) and 
       index 
505 0  "Homosexual marriage?": the stirrings of a new idea -- 
       "What was important was that we were a household": gay 
       marriages and the domestic partnership alternative -- "We 
       are criminals in the eyes of the law, and that is used 
       against us": sodomy, AIDS, and new alliances -- "A 
       tectonic shift": earthquake in Hawaii -- "The very 
       foundations of our society are in danger": the defense of 
       marriage -- "Here come the brides": laying the cornerstone
       in Massachusetts -- "Power to the people": rogue weddings 
       and ballot initiatives -- "A political awakening": 
       California's proposition 8 changes the game -- "Brick by 
       brick": progress in the states -- "Make more snowflakes 
       and eventually there will be an avalanche": the battle 
       over strategy comes to a head -- "Without any rational 
       justification": proposition 8 on trial -- "A risk well 
       worth taking": Edie Windsor and winning marriage in New 
       York -- "The nation is ready for it": a president and a 
       country evolve -- "Love survives death": the Windsor 
       ruling and its aftermath -- "The responsibility to right 
       fundamental wrongs": a circuit split sets up a showdown --
       "It is so ordered": marriage equality comes to all fifty 
       states 
520    "The right of same-sex couples to marry provoked decades 
       of intense conflict before it was upheld by the U.S. 
       Supreme Court in 2015. Yet some of the most divisive 
       contests shaping the quest for marriage equality occurred 
       not on the culture-war front lines but within the ranks of
       LGBTQ advocates. Nathaniel Frank tells the dramatic story 
       of how an idea that once seemed unfathomable--and for many
       gays and lesbians undesirable--became a legal and moral 
       right in just half a century. Awakening begins in the 
       1950s, when millions of gays and lesbians were afraid to 
       come out, let alone fight for equal treatment. Across the 
       social upheavals of the next two decades, a gay rights 
       movement emerged with the rising awareness that same-sex 
       love is equal to love everywhere. As movement leaders and 
       ordinary gay people created new communities, alliances, 
       and ideas, a tight-knit cadre of (mostly) gay and lesbian 
       lawyers began to focus on legal recognition for same-sex 
       couples, eventually creating a long-term strategy to win 
       marriage rights in the courts. But first they had to win 
       over members of their own LGBTQ community who declined to 
       make marriage a priority, while reining in others who 
       charged ahead heedless of their carefully laid plans, and 
       often at odds with them. All the while, they had to fight 
       against virulent antigay opponents and capture the 
       American center by spreading the simple message that love 
       is love--ultimately propelling the LGBTQ community, and 
       America, immeasurably closer to justice"--|cProvided by 
       publisher 
650  0 Same-sex marriage|zUnited States|xHistory 
650  0 Gay culture|zUnited States|xHistory 
650  0 Gays|xLegal status, laws, etc.|zUnited States|xHistory 
650  0 Gay liberation movement|zUnited States|xHistory 
650  0 Gay rights|zUnited States|xHistory 
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