Alexis De Tocqueville

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Zachary M. Zapata @01450686 zmzapata1@gmail.com or kbn739@my.utsa.edu CRJ 4013-901 Alexis de Tocqueville Assignment In the DeLeon v. Perry same sex marriage case we learned of the diversity and disparity in individual rights. As of recent, same sex marriage has become a major issue in the United States and the development of equality for all. Although there are many opposed to same sex marriage suggesting the validity of constitutionality not one individual is against the due process of law. The due process of law is derived from the 5th and 14th Amendments and were established to protect individuals civil liberties and basic rights to life. Alexis de Tocqueville speaks of the spirit of the law affecting change and development. De Tocqueville describes the law man to be constantly evolving to adhere to societal needs and expectations of justice and equality. On the spectrum of those opposed to same sex marriage, the major argumentative stance is to declare same sex marriage unconstitutional in that a marriage is only between a man and a woman. De Tocqueville sheds some foresight on the changes of the collective society in influences on law making. Law…show more content…
Perry we see the issue regarding the major political issue of the legalization of same-sex marriages. While some individuals rebuke or chastise homosexuality, other individuals will embrace it as just another aspect of life a average norm to be. We must questions the reason for the early determination of same sex marriage constitutionality. When it comes down to it, our society is just making it illegal for people that live their lives differently from the majority of us. It is inequitable for our government to decide on whether or not homosexuals can be married. Everyone should be able to receive the same benefits and acceptance regardless of their sexuality so granting legal marriage rights under the law must extend to gays and lesbians to ensure that all citizens enjoy full human
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