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Hillary Clinton just praised Nancy Reagan's "low key advocacy" during the AIDS crisis.
The history of gays and lesbians on campuses, as either faculty or students, in the pre-McCarthy years has yet to be written. Our research is beginning to change that.
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Everything you ever wanted to know about the expansion of the queer community.
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David Drake and Chris Freeman reflect on the authors that fought for gay rights.