Marriage is an honorable estate, and endures for good reason.
Sep 15, 2008, Vol. 14, No. 01 • By ERIN MONTGOMERY
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So far as I can tell, Elizabeth Fox-Genovese seems to have realized her dream: She married for love, and her marriage was one of mutual contentment. She was "loved as she longed to be loved." I suspect that Eugene Genovese must be proud of his late wife's vigorous defense of marriage and the family, and her message. And even though she is gone, and despite all the obstacles standing in its way, I suspect that the dream will live on, and so will this exceptional book.
Erin Montgomery is a writer in Washington.
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