The Nuptial Name-change Balancing Act: Jewish Tradition Versus Feminist Equality

Being a modern American feminist does not mean I should refuse to change my surname upon marriage; but it does give me choice.

The decision to change last names after marriage is a modern-day woman’s dilemma, one that simply did not exist a few decades ago in America, and still does not exist in many countries all over the world. It is a topic of much conversation amongst my soon-to-be married friends, and there are many variables to balance in the equation. Alison Jones recently wrote a

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