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For Better or For Worse: Gay Marriage in America
Last Aired: 11/20/2000

The Supreme Court in Vermont is now considering whether its state Constitution`s prohibition on sex discrimination requires it to recognize gay marriage. Tune in to hear leading advocates for and against gay rights debate whether federal and state Constitutions ought to protect the rights of same-sex couples to marry or otherwise create domestic unions with some of the privileges and responsibilities
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Margot's Farewell
Thanks to all our listeners and guests who, over nine years, helped us begin a national conversation on the powers and limits of government, the relevance of our constitution, and the meaning of democracy. Thanks to Annenberg and NPR and, on a personal note, I also owe a debt to the two people who taught me political theory many years ago: Jack Schaar and Sheldon Wolin. –Margot Adler
 
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