Anita Bryant is Mad About Gays

Kondracke, Morton
May 1977
New Republic;5/7/77, Vol. 176 Issue 19, p13
Deals with the Save Our Children campaign led by singer Anita Bryant to block passage of permissive gay rights legislation in the U.S. Her views on ordinances banning discrimination against gays; Categories of homosexuals according to Mike Thompson, chairman of the Florida Conservative Union; Views of Jean O'Leary, co-chairman of the National Gay Task Force on Bryant's activities; Arguments against permissiveness toward homosexuals. INSET: 'Gay'.


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