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This book provides an analysis of the increasing impact of post-liberalism on the law in general and divorce law in particular. The author shows that post-liberal premises formed the foundation for every aspect of the recent divorce reform proposals. Accordingly, she attributes their failure to the contradictions inherent within post-liberalism. Nevertheless, she concludes that post-liberalism maintains a subtle yet pervasive influence on the law. This means that we are held accountable, not for what we do, but for how we approach our decisions. Thus, for the first time ever, it has become possible to divorce responsibly.