Pew Research Center reports that there is growing support across generations for same-sex marriage. Support in America is up from 37 percent in 2009 to 57 percent in 2015. A majority of Caucasian people, nearly 59 percent, support same-sex marriage, while 56 percent of Hispanics and Latinos and 41 percent of African Americans support gay marriage. This compelling edition discusses the divisive topic of gay marriage, examining opinions on both sides of the issue. The book details the history and evolution of gay rights in the United States, its legality, and resulting cultural implications.
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|Grouped Work ID||6a39f058-92a1-aef0-5605-f9ffe7805b33|
|Grouping Title||gay marriage|
|Grouping Author||hillstrom kevin|
|Last Grouping Update||2018-12-21 23:35:11PM|
|Last Indexed||2020-01-19 01:02:25AM|
|author||Hillstrom, Kevin, 1963-|
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|display_description||Provides an overview of the controversy surrounding gay marriage, a history of gay rights in America, arguments for and against gay marriage, and possible future outcomes for this issue. Includes discussion questions, a list of further resources, an index, and illustrations.|
Same-sex marriage -- United States
|title_full||Gay marriage / by Kevin Hillstrom|