Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Animus, and Why It Matters; Part I. Laying Out the Tools; 1. Class Legislation and the Prehistory of Animus; 2. Department of Agriculture v. Moreno; 3. City of Cleburne v. Cleburne Living Center; 4. Romer and Lawrence; 5. United States v. Windsor; Part II. Building the Structure; 6. What's Wrong with Subjective Dislike?; 7. Objectively Objectionable; 8. The Doctrinal Uniqueness of Animus; 9. The Elusive Search for Animus; 10. How Much Animus Is Enough? And What Should We Do about It?
11. Applying What We Have Learned12. Obergefell and Animus; Conclusion: Animus Doctrine Today and Tomorrow; Notes; About the Author