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The Geography of Love: Same-Sex Marriage & Relationship Recognition in America (The Story in Maps)

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In 2011, there is no question that the most prominent gay rights issue in the United States is the right to marry. Yet accurate, objective information about same-sex marriage and relationship recognition in the United States is difficult to come by. In this new publication, Seattle-based authors Peter Nicolas & Mike Strong combine their respective training in law and c ...more
Nook, 40 pages
Published March 13th 2011 by gay rights map (first published February 3rd 2011)
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Dawn Gregory
This is a great book, that explores how different parts of the US view same sex relationships and marriages. Very colorful and detailed in timelines. Lists the year ballots supporting gay rights and relationships. How states voted on a variety of propositions and the year as well. Found it to be very educational to see how states are becoming more open to gay relationships and marriage.





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Elena
This book is informative and easily accessible. The full-color maps add a lot to its value and effectiveness and are very understandable. I would not even think of calling it an unbiased account, but I still appreciated it. The book is very slim, but it has plenty of clear information for those wanting to learn more about this subject.

I received my copy of this book for free from the GoodReads firstreads program.
Valerie
I won this book. It covers just about every legal aspect I can think of plus colorful charts. It's a good teaching book and for anyone fighting for gay rights.
Jenni Frencham
Not a bad book, but it's really, really short and will need to be updated frequently, so this resource might work better as a website than a book.
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