Pogue Layman, Daniel R.; Cole, Curtis L.; Talbott, Beverley
December 1987
New Republic;12/7/87, Vol. 197 Issue 23, p6
Presents several letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues. Comments on the article titled "Those Were the Gays," published in the November 2, 1987 issue; Comments on the political clout of gay community; View that AIDS has brought the gay men's and women's communities closer; Information on the fact that in San Francisco lesbian-oriented organizations participate in AIDS benefits and protests.


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