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Making history : the struggle for gay and lesbian equal rights, 1945-1990 : an oral history / Eric Marcus
Bib ID 325542
Format BookBook
Author
Marcus, Eric
 
Edition 1st ed. 
Description New York, NY : HarperCollins Publishers, c1992 
xii, 532 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0060167084 (cloth)
Full contents
  • Pt. 1. 1945-1961. "Gay Gal"
  • Lisa Ben. The Psychologist
  • Dr. Evelyn Hooker. The Organizer
  • Chuck Rowland. The Editor
  • Martin Block. News Hound
  • Jim Kepner. The Attorney
  • Herb Selwyn. "Gay Sexualist"
  • Hal Call. The Teacher
  • Billie Tallmij. The Outsider
  • Paul Phillips
 
Notes

Includes index.

Subjects Gay liberation movement -- United States -- History.  |  Gay rights -- United States.

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