Gays in the Streets

Robinson, Paul
June 1979
New Republic;6/9/79, Vol. 180 Issue 23, p9
Comments on the political awareness among homosexuals in the United States. Controversy concerning the killing of San Francisco, California Mayor George Moscone and another member of the Board of Supervisors, Harvey Milk, by former policeman Dan White; Jury's decision to convict White of voluntary manslaughter; Demand of the gay community for a first- or second-degree murder verdict; Riot that erupted in San Francisco after the announcement of the jury's decision.


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