What to Read on New York's Marriage Vote

If you haven't already been reading Andrew Sullivan's moving updates, get thee to The Dish forthwith. Also, don't miss The Atlantic's own Nicholas Jackson. Talking Points Memo was on the scene and has some great slideshows. And for background on some of the cloak-and-dagger political strategy that went into this and other victories on gay marriage, you can check out my Atlantic profile of uber-funder/strategist/activist Tim Gill, whose team was on the ground throughout.

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