Glance to the past

April 2006
Gay & Lesbian Times;4/27/2006, Issue 957, p16
The article highlights the April 1996 announcement of Andrew Sullivan that he was stepping down as editor of "The New Republic." Sullivan also announced that he is HIV positive and that his HIV infection had nothing to do with his decision to step down as editor. He also told the "Washington Post" that he believes he will be in the first generation to survive HIV.


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