McGovern loses support

August 1972
Advocate;8/30/72, Issue 93, p15
Reports on the withdrawal of the support of the New Jersey Gay Political Caucus for the presidential nomination of George McGovern in Hackensack, New Jersey. Clarification for the stance of McGovern on gay gay rights; Comments of caucus spokeman John Hanna on the stance of McGovern on gay rights.


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