In 1964, Mildred Loving wrote a letter to Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy that she couldn't have realized at the time would launch a campaign for marriage equality that continues 50 years later.
As the U.S. Supreme Court took up two seminal cases on same-sex marriage, the media speculated about whether the justices were in step with public opinion. But what is the public's opinion? When you look at the issue by generation, there's a wide divide.
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