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Indiana and Arkansas were just the latest flashpoints in what could become a major turning point.
"There are certain things about southern culture - the closeness to the land, church on Sunday - that so many do not want to give up to be another face in the city.Now with the Supreme Court poised to take up same-sex marriage, some advocates are hoping the high court will offer much-needed guidance to a nation torn between conflicting values.Some states, like Indiana, have tried to address the religious accommodation side of the equation, while others, like Utah, have taken a more comprehensive approach – addressing religion accommodations and antidiscrimination laws together.It was exacerbated by Mrs Wilson's Diary - a long-running spoof in the satirical magazine Private Eye that mocked her apparent meekness and fondness for composing verse.Mary never complained, and finally faded from public view during the many years she devotedly nursed her husband as he was gradually consumed by Alzheimer's. Today, the "little woman" calumny is regurgitated whenever so-called new "revelations" about Wilson's premiership - which ended prematurely in 1976 after he resigned under rather mysterious circumstances - are spewed out by one of his "loyal" lieutenants.Many argue that any accommodation of religious beliefs in the context of gay rights would amount to a “license to discriminate.”Conservatives counter that the issue is freedom of conscience.
Religious accommodations traditionally have been provided to avoid the prospect of coercion against one’s faith, they say.
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But his widow must also take some responsibility for all the nonsense that is so often written, because she adamantly refuses to take on her husband's detractors.
An intensely private woman, she despises the cult of personality that has infested modern politics.
Thompson's original research included interviewing dozens of people.