A more perfect union: why straight America must stand up for gay rights
Beacon Press, 1994/04/01 - 125 ページ
America is at a turning point: energetic debate on gay issues is now becoming a part of America's public life. Gays may no longer be invisible, but the nation's long silence on gay subjects has left a void in serious thinking about the place of gay men and lesbians in American society.
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