I'm Leonard--Fly Me

October 1975
National Review;10/24/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 41, p1161
Discusses the dilemma faced by the discharge board of the U.S. Air Force on whether to expel technical sergeant Leonard P. Matlovich for being a homosexual. Legitimization of homosexuality as a valid lifestyle in the American culture; Relationship between deviancy and the ordinary standards of decency and decorum; Conflict between a cultural standard and the autonomy of an institution.


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