Our current practice in the U.S. actually reflects the earlier legal reality of coverture: In the process of the "two becoming one flesh," the wife lost her rights to property, legal representation in court, and even her public identity as her husband became the sole representative for the family. This combination of identities (or, rather, the wife becoming lost in her husband's identity) led to wives taking their husbands' last names. For me, losing my surname would have represented silent assent to this oppressive practice.
[Editor's Note: Myths and misinformation abound when it comes to the topic of immigration reform.
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What is at the core of the immigration issue? What is the driving force of the debate? I say it is fear.
As things begin to heat up on the immigration debate in Congress, the role of the church will be significant.
I consider myself a peacemaker and a patriot. I come from a long line of warriors and military servicemen.
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