Table of contents for Out for good : the struggle to build a gay rights movement in America / Dudley Clendinen and Adam Nagourney.


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Contents

Introduction: An Invisible People

Part One: Awakening

1. A Fight at a Bar
2. Los Angeles
3. New York
4. Climbing the System
5. First Stirrings
6. Sisters and Brothers

Part Two: A Place at the Table

7. Kameny for Congress
8. A Voice in the Statehouse
9. The Fifth Column
10. San Francisco: Coming to Power
11. In Our Mothers' Names
12. New Orleans: Fire UpStairs
13. Ordinary People
14. A Question of Sanity
15. Elaine
16. Minneapolis: The Coat Check
17. Ordinary Things
18. Citizen Goodstein
19. Brothers and Sisters

Part Three: The Backlash

20. The Governor of Georgia
21. A Voice in the White House
22. Miami: The Fundamentalists Awake
23. A Very Bad Year
24. An Uneasy Victory in San Francisco
25. Money in the Hills of Bel Air
26. A Black-Tie Affair
27. California: The Main Event
28. A Friend in City Hall
29. Colliding Forces
30. The Pink Invitation
31. Until the Party Ended

Part Four: Out of Anger

32. After Disco
33. Swept Away
34. Little to Celebrate
35. For the Public Good
36. Cop at the Door
37. Requiem
Epilogue

Cast of Characters and Interviewees
Notes
Bibliography
Acknowledgments
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Gay rights -- United States -- History.
Gay liberation movement -- United States -- History.
United States -- Politics and government.
United States -- Social conditions.