Sex and the Constitution: Sex, Religion and Law From America's Origins to the Twenty-First Century
By Geoffrey R. Stone, Liveright Publishing, 704 pages, $35
As America's endless culture wars fester, Prof. Geoffrey R. Stone of the University of Chicago Law School has published a powerful history of the constitutional battles over sexual expression, reproductive freedom, and sexual preference. It is a compelling book that masterfully melds together sex, religion, and law into a topical narrative that is readily accessible to both lay readers and lawyers.
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