Table of contents for Dishonorable passions : sodomy laws in America, 1861-2003 / William N. Eskridge, Jr.

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CONTENTS:
INTRODUCTION:
CHAPTER 1: American Body Politics and the Crime Against Nature, 1861-81
CHAPTER 2: From the Sodomite to the Homosexual, 1881-1935
CHAPTER 3: The Anti-Homosexual Kulturkampf, 1935-61
CHAPTER 4: The Case(s) Against the Crime Against Nature, 1935-61
CHAPTER 5: Homo Equality and Sodomy Reform, 1961-69
CHAPTER 6: The Crime Against Nature After Stonewall, 1969-75
CHAPTER 7: Gay Civil Rights and a New Politics of Preservation, 1975-86
CHAPTER 8: The Crime Against Nature on Trial, Bowers v. Hardwick,1986
CHAPTER 9: The Lambda-ACLU Campaign to Overrule Bowers, 1986-2003
CHAPTER 10: Sodomy Law at the Alamo, Lawrence v. Texas, 2003
CHAPTER 11: State Regulation of Sexuality After Lawrence v. Texas, 2003-05
CHAPTER 12: Beyond Whitman and Comstock: Bowers and Hardwick Revisited

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sodomy -- United States -- History.
Sodomy -- United States -- Cases.
Sex crimes -- United States -- History.
Sex and law -- United States -- History.