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11/09/2012

For insight into Adam & Steve's long fight, 'Slate' reflects on year of 'Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure' (and Andrew's formative essay)

by Jeremy Hooper

In honor of our strong of historic wins, Slate has reprinted Andrew Sullivan's 1989 New Republic essay on marriage equality, which is widely hailed in activist circles for being a transitional piece in our current marriage discussion. A fascinating read to round out this fascinating week:

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