Homosexuality and the Moral Order

Chavez, Linda
April 1993
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1993, Issue 32, p15
Elaborates on the decision by U.S. President Bill Clinton to lift the ban against gays in the military. Belief that the common bias against homosexual behavior is neither irrational nor mean-spirited; Implications of the decision on the country's social order; Divergence of public opinion on Clinton's decision.


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