Freedom to Differ: The Shaping of the Gay and Lesbian Struggle for Civil Rights

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New York University Press, 1998 - Law - 195 pages
Diane Miller examines recent arguments supporting lesbian and gay civil rights, exploring the ways these arguments are both constructive - helping to win court cases seeking basic human rights, and limiting - narrowly framing how the general public views lesbians and gays, and how lesbians and gays view themselves.

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