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January 28, 2015


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Orin Kerr

And in Griswold, we see Justice Douglas characterizing marriage as a “coming together for better or for worse, hopefully enduring, and intimate to the degree of being sacred.” Drama much?

Justice Douglas had a lot of experience with marriage, as had been married three times by the time of Griswold -- and he would have his third divorce and fourth marriage, to a woman 45 years younger than him, just a year later.

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