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Victory : the triumphant gay revolution

Author: Linda R Hirshman
Publisher: New York : Harper, ©2012.
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Drawing on archival material and in-depth interviews, the author, a Supreme Court lawyer and political pundit chronicles the gay rights movement, revealing how the fight for gay rights has changed the American landscape for all citizens, blurring rigid gender lines and redefining the definition of family. She details the story of how a resourceful and dedicated minority transformed the notion of American marriage  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hirshman, Linda R.
Victory.
New York : Harper, ©2012
(OCoLC)795525468
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Linda R Hirshman
ISBN: 9780061965500 0061965502
OCLC Number: 794591612
Description: xvii, 443 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: How an army of good gays won the west --
Gays and the cities: community first, politics later --
Red in bed: it takes a communist to recognize gay oppression --
It was the sixties that did it: gays get radical, radicals get gay --
Stonewall uprising: gays finally get some respect --
The good gays fight the four horsemen: crazy, sinful, criminal, and subversive --
Dying for the movement the terrible political payoff of AIDS --
ACT UP: five years that shook the world --
Failed marriages and losing battles: the premature campaign for marriage and military service --
Founding fathers: winning modern rights before fighting ancient battles --
Massing the troops for the last battle: the new-media gay revolution --
With liberal friends: who needs enemies? --
Victory: the civil rights march of our generation --
On the shoulders of giants.
Other Titles: Triumphant gay revolution
Gay revolution
Responsibility: Linda Hirshman.
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Drawing on archival material and in-depth interviews, the author, a Supreme Court lawyer and political pundit chronicles the gay rights movement, revealing how the fight for gay rights has changed the American landscape for all citizens, blurring rigid gender lines and redefining the definition of family. She details the story of how a resourceful and dedicated minority transformed the notion of American marriage equality and forged a campaign for cultural change that will serve as a model for all future political movements. In the vein of Taylor Branch's book, Parting of the Waters, this book is the story of a massive shift in American culture. It offers an insider's view of the crucial struggle that is leading to change, incorporating her experiences and insights and drawing upon new interviews with movement titans such as Frank Kameny and Phyllis Lyon, with next-generation activists such as Evan Wolfson of Freedom to Marry, and with allies including the likes of New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, to create a comprehensive, inspiring history of change in our time.

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