Table of contents for Gays and the military : Joseph Steffan versus the United States / Marc Wolinsky and Kenneth Sherrill, editors.


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Acknowledgments
A Note on Style
Introduction
Motion for Summary Judgment of Joseph Steffan3
Affidavit I of John Boswell: On the History of Social Attitudes toward Homosexuality from Ancient Greece to the Present40
Affidavit II of John Boswell: On the Use of the Term "Homo" as a Derogatory Epithet49
Affidavit I of Richard Green: On Homosexual Orientation as an Immutable Characteristic56
Affidavit of Kenneth Sherrill: On Gay People as a Politically Powerless Group84
Affidavit of Gregory Herek: On Prejudice toward Gay People and Gays as Security Risks121
Affidavit of Robert Rankin: On the Ability of Gay People to Perform Well in the Military141
Affidavit of Kate Dyer: On Other Nations' Policies toward Gays in the Military146
Memorandum in Response to Motion of Joseph Steffan150
Reply Memorandum in Support of Joseph Steffan's Motion161
Affidavit II of Richard Green: On Recent Developments in the Field of Brain Research171
Opinion174
Table of Cases189
Notes191
Index211


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Steffan, Joseph, 1964- Trials, litigation, etc, Cheney, Richard B, Trials, litigation, etc, United States, Armed Forces Gays Legal status, laws, etc, Equality before the law United States