Full Faith and Credit for Same-Sex Marriages?
Ken I. Kersch addresses federalism questions involving the obligations of states to recognize same-sex marriages under the full faith and credit clause. He argues that a consideration of traditional norms of comity among states along with the nation's experience with analogous disputes concerning slavery and antimiscegnation statutes would be useful to policy makers grappling with the issue.
Political Peoplehood: The Role of Values, Interests, and Identities, Rogers M. Smith Reviewed by Ken I. Kersch
Constitutional Myths: What We Get Wrong and How to Get it Right, Ray Raphael Reviewed by Ken I. Kersch
The Supreme Court and the American Elite, 1789–2008, Lucas A. Powe, Jr. Reviewed by Ken I. Kersch
Welfare and the Constitution, Sotirios A. Barber Reviewed by Ken I. Kersch
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