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BOOKS OF NOTE

bon cottPublic Vows: A History of Marriage and the Nation
by Nancy F. Cott
Harvard, 2002
Cited in the SCOTUS opinion establishing marriage equality in the US

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"The Crisis in Non-fiction Publishing"

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