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I agree with many of the points made by the previous speakers. In such cases, one has two choices: sit down, or synthesize and expand upon the prior observations. Being a law professor disposes me not to relinquish my time entirely, and so I suggest a synthesis of what you just heard, particularly from the panelists on my far left-Mr. Romero, Mrs. Schlafly, and Dr. Murray.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Eskridge, William N. Jr, "How Government Unintentionally Influences Culture (the Case of Same-Sex Marriage)" (2009). Faculty Scholarship Series. 3774.