The abolition of marriage

how we destroy lasting love by Maggie Gallagher

Publisher: Regnery in Washington, D.C

Written in English
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Places:

  • United States,
  • United States.

Subjects:

  • Marriage -- United States.,
  • Married people -- United States.,
  • Domestic relations -- United States.,
  • Divorce -- United States.,
  • Divorced people -- United States.,
  • Sexual ethics -- United States.,
  • United States -- Social conditions -- 1980-,
  • United States -- Social policy.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [267]-290) and index.

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The Recovery of Family Life defends marriage and family life while exposing the limits and blind spots in these powerful revolutionary ideologies. After suggesting a general framework within which to understand the ends and means of family policy, Scott Yenor explores what a liberal society should seek to accomplish in marriage and family policy.   Jackson’s book highlights the degree to which nineteenth-century social movements were deeply interconnected, drawing inspiration from one another and often sharing members, even meeting space. Spanning from the beginning of organized abolition in the s to the end of Reconstruction in the s, American Radicals explores not just. In his stunning new book, Marriage and Civilization, author William Tucker looks at the evidence from biology, evolution, anthropology, history, and culture to come to a remarkable conclusion: it was the monogamous pairing of male and female - unusual among mammals - that led to human evolution. Moreover, it is monogamous marriage that has shaped Western Civilization, giving us our sense of. Marriage Proposals gives them a viable reform- abolition of marriage as a legal status- for fighting battles in the courtroom and the streets. Contributors include Anita Bernstein, Peggy Cooper Davis, Martha Albertson Fineman, Linda C. McClain, Marshall Miller, Lawrence Rosen, Mary Lyndon Shanley, and Dorian Solot.

The discussion of protecting and promoting marriage is often dismissed as a merely religious issue. This tendency to restrict marriage to the realm of beliefs and present its value as no more than a matter of opinion is challenged by a collection of essays entitled "The Meaning of Marriage: Family, State, Market and Morals", co-edited by Robert P. George and Jean Bethke Elshtain. Amidst the ever louder public debate over the question of "gay marriage" or civil unions for same-sex couples, one view which seems to have gained little public exposure is the position in favor of abolishing all marriage laws everywhere and leaving the issue of marriage to be regulated by the private market place. I propose to examine this view in detail, demonstrating along the way how this.   The abolition of marriage and family has been a longtime project of gender theorists. Among them is internationally renown feminist law theorist Martha Albertson Fineman whose book . A few years ago, conservative Maggie Gallagher wrote a book called The Abolition of Marriage, arguing that, legally speaking, no one is married and no one can marry. Yet many conservatives seem to believe they can restore the institution by preaching at young people to marry.

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The Abolition of Marriage. May 2, Aug By Christopher Wolfe. New conceptions of marriage threaten to make “traditional marriage” not only unfashionable but also inaccessible.

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The Abolition of Woman is a rallying cry to feminists to stand with the pro-life movement, fighting to build a society in which women are equal and every human life is protected. Fiorella Nash She speaks often at international conferences and has appeared on radio and in print discussing abortion, gendercide, maternal health and commercial.

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Gallagher is no stranger to writing about marriage — her last book was titled The Abolition of Marriage. That book came with cover endorsements from William Bennett, Robert Bork, and William F.

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Lewis wrote: “I doubt whether we are sufficiently attentive to the importance of elementary text-books.”Likewise, I doubt whether we are sufficiently attentive to the importance of the so-called “new science of the moral sense” that is flourishing in our midst today.

Against Marriage is a radical argument for the abolition of state-recognised marriage. Clare Chambers argues that state-recognised marriage violates both equality and liberty, even when expanded to include same-sex couples/5(2).

A few excerpts from Maggie Gallagher's "The Abolition of Marriage: How We Destroy Lasting Love." (Regnery Publishing,ISBNUS$) "The spouse who leaves learns that love dies.

The spouse who is left learns that love betrays, that he or she has no control over the terms of marriage. Monogamous marriage became an institution to be the base of the family and solidify a system for the family to handle private property and its inheritance.

Monogamy would later spur on adultery and the business of prostitution. In the book The Second Sex, author Simone de Beauvoir argues that marriage is an alienating institution. Men can. Marriage Julian McDonald, a liberal congressman from California, intends to propose a law that will abolish marriage as a legal practice.

In his book titled The Abolishment of Marriage he proposes that marriage as a legal contract should be all-together abolished, and if couples seek to practice this traditional custom it should be a non-legal ceremonial, religious based, act. The Abolition of Marriage: How We Destroy Lasting Love.

The Abolition of Marriage: How We Destroy Lasting Love. Publication Year: Personal Author: Gallagher, Maggie. Type of Resource: Book. Page Count: Abstract: Marriage is disappearing as a cultural norm in America, with disastrous consequences for the social and economic stability.

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This book provides a comparative account of the abolition of concubinage in East Asia, offering a new perspective and revised analysis of the factors leading to – and the debates surrounding – the introduction of a new Marriage Reform Ordinance in Hong Kong in   As a lesbian and a feminist who has long argued for the abolition of marriage, I appreciate their sentiments.

I had worried that the case was being fought on. In a recent book titled Cheap Sex, Mark Regnerus, an American sociologist, looks back at Giddens's prophecies after twenty years and concludes that they are being fulfilled, especially in the decline of marriage.

He points to this astounding statistic from the USA: in the year55% of adult men were married and 34% unmarried, while in The solution was marriage.

InButler said, "The best of the restrictions imposed by law is that which encourages and, if necessary, forces citizens of both sexes to practice self-respect." The abolition campaign rested on two main arguments. The first was "scientific evidence" that state regulation was ineffective and even harmful.

Marriage was around when the United States was first founded, and has been in practice here ever since. However, up until more recently, it was generally handled by the church or other religious body of the couple in question. The government had little to do with marriage as an institution, at.

— C.S. Lewis, The Abolition of Man In the last century, sexual revolutionaries litigated and legislated to remove three pillars of marriage law: first, permanence; second, exclusivity; and third.

Approved inthe abolition of marriage turned upside down not only the sexual organization of society but also the idea of lineage. This historical transformation was carried forth by a utopian group that no one, aroundhad taken seriously.

This article looks back at a movement that transformed our lives. This text is part of the dossier «Le monde en Utopies pour après Author: François de Singly. The title comes as a counter to the mistaken assertion that there is a possiblity of the marriage of Heaven and Hell.

The narrator meets with several types of sinner and witnesses their encounters with angelic beings who give them every chance and encouragement to enter into heaven.

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For anyone who is worried about the "problems of black marriage" -- the lack of marriageable black men, the rise of single unwed black moms, the dismal statistics that indicate black marriages are hard to maintain -- the study is an illuminating exploration of the challenges for black couples, especially black wives, and why someone like Oprah -- a strong, independent and highly .This paper "The Abolition of Marriage" discusses laws and legal issues that are involved in a dissolution of a marriage and which means that both parties when they intend StudentShare Our website is a unique platform where students can share their papers in a matter of giving an example of the work to be done.