Massachusetts Gay Marriage Amendment

The frontline of the culture war moves to Massachusetts — where state legislators are slated to vote on an amendment that would ban gay marriage. Join Lynn Neary to discuss whether the repercussions of what happens in Boston will be felt nationwide. Massachusetts, gay marriage and what it might mean where you live.

Guests:

David Dahl
*Political Editor for The Boston Globe

Jeffrey Rosen
*Associate professor at George Washington University Law School
*Legal affairs editor at The New Republic
*Author of The Naked Crowd

Nancy Cott
*Professor of American history at Harvard University
*Author of Public Vows: A History of Marriage and the Nation

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