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Party for Socialism and Liberation: Two victories for marriage equality

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DOMA declared unconstitutional and California’s Prop 8 struck down

By Zachary Wolfe

JUNE 26, 2013
Supporters of marriage equality demonstrate in front of the Supreme Court, March 27.
Photo: Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images

The author is an attorney, author, and professor at the George Washington University.

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Socialist Alternative on the SCOTUS strike down of DOMA

From regular IPR reader Deran, who sent in the following:

I’m not a member of Socialist Alternative, and despite their being Trotskyists, they are the most active, forward looking of the Leninist organizations. IMO.

The SA’s basic position is that yay to striking down DOMA and Prop 8, but the gay liberation is a much bigger social struggle.… Read more ...

Gary Johnson: Game On for equal marriage


This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision that goes a long way toward getting the federal government out of the business of discriminating against gay Americans who simply want the same privileges and responsibilities of marriage that other Americans enjoy.  You can read my reaction here: Gov. Gary Johnson Reacts to SCOTUS Decisions on Same-Sex Marriage.… Read more ...