1 edition of Uses of history in the press and in court during California"s battle over Proposition 8 found in the catalog.
Uses of history in the press and in court during California"s battle over Proposition 8
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Anqi Li ; with a foreword by Dean Smith|
|LC Classifications||HQ1034.U5 L52 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012007247|
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Get this from a library. Uses of history in the press and in court during California's battle over Proposition 8: casting same-sex marriage as a civil right. [Anqi Li] -- Li sees through the media's white noise on the issue of same sex marriage to discover that opponents of Proposition 8 often made claims about the past to sway public perception.
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