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Beyond the politics of the closet : gay rights and the American state since the 1970s / edited by Jonathan Bell.

Other author/creatorBell, Jonathan, 1976- editor.
Format Book and Print
Edition1st edition.
Publication Info Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, [2020]
Descriptionvi, 267 pages ; 24 cm
Subject(s)
Contents Privilege, power, and activism in gay rights politics since the 1970s / Jonathan Bell -- A clinic comes out : idealism, pragmatism, and gay health services in Boston, 1971-1985 / Catherine Batza -- "A ray of sunshine" : housing, family, and gay political power in 1970s Los Angeles / Ian M. Baldwin -- Making sexual citizens : LGBT politics, health care, and the state in the 1970s / Jonathan Bell -- AIDS and the urban crisis : stigma, cost, and the persistence of racism in Chicago, 1981-1996 / Timothy Stewart-Winter -- "Don't we die too?" : the politics of AIDS and race in Philadelphia / Dan Royles -- Black gay lives matter : mobilizing sexual identities in the eras of Reagan and Thatcher conservativism / Kevin Mumford -- Gay and conservative : an early history of the Log Cabin Republicans / Clayton Howard -- "No discrimination & no special rights" : gay rights, family values, and the politics of moderation in the 1992 election / Rachel Guberman -- Homophobia baiting : queering the Trayvon Martin archives and challenging the antiblackness of color-blind politics / Julio CapĆ³ Jr.
Abstract "This collection of essays seeks to explore the impact that gay rights politics and activism have had on the wider American political landscape since the rights revolutions of the 1960s"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
Genre/formHistory.
LCCN 2019032105
ISBN9780812251852 (hardcover)
ISBN0812251857

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