Election Marked Major Gains For Gay Rights Activists

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Victories for same-sex marriage activists in four states last week mark a turnaround for them at the ballot box, following losses in 2004 and 2008. The wins come at a time when gay people seem to be enjoying broader acceptance in the U.S. Audie Cornish talks with New Yorker writer Alex Ross. Ross wrote a recent essay about the evolution of the gay rights movement in America.

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