1989 Rutger's University Press. Anthropologist Robin Fox(The Red Light of Incest; Kinship and Marriage) premise is that, as a society, we have lived beyond our time and attempt to justify a way of life that can't be sustained. He uses a mock trial of George Washington for treason (with Benedict Arnold as the prosecutor) and the sexual hedonism of the 1960's to make his point.
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