Originally published 03/09/2015
George Chauncey on behalf of the Organization of American Historians
Excerpt from the historians' amicus brief to the Supreme Court.
Originally published 11/14/2013
As Kennedy flew into Dallas on that fateful morning of November 22, 1963, Richard Nixon flew out.
Originally published 07/06/2017
Bigots will keep using religion as a cover for prejudice, as in the so-called religious freedom laws. But the shift toward acceptance of homosexuality will continue, as older opponents are replaced by younger advocates. Because our gay relatives and friends do not fit the prejudicial stereotypes, discriminatory impulses will lose their persuasive power.
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