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Product Description: Viewing contemporary history from the perspective of the AIDS crisis, Jennifer Brier provides rich, new understandings of the United States' complex social and political trends in the post-1960s era. Brier describes how AIDS workers--in groups as disparate as the gay and lesbian press, AIDS service organizations, private philanthropies, and the State Department--influenced American politics, especially on issues such as gay and lesbian rights, reproductive health, racial justice, and health care policy, even in the face of the expansion of the New Right...read more

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9780807833148 | Univ of North Carolina Pr, November 1, 2009, cover price $42.00 | About this edition: Viewing contemporary history from the perspective of the AIDS crisis, Jennifer Brier provides rich, new understandings of the United States' complex social and political trends in the post-1960s era.

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9780807872116 | Univ of North Carolina Pr, September 1, 2011, cover price $27.50 | About this edition: Viewing contemporary history from the perspective of the AIDS crisis, Jennifer Brier provides rich, new understandings of the United States' complex social and political trends in the post-1960s era.

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Citing America as among the ten most AIDS-afflicted nations, a critical exposé of what the author believes to be the government's failure to address the current state of the epidemic draws parallels between the U.S. and developing countries while urging readers to call for greater political responsibility. 25,000 first printing.
By Susan S. Hunter and Donald Trump (foreword by)

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9781403971999 | St Martins Pr, March 21, 2006, cover price $21.95 | About this edition: Citing America as among the ten most AIDS-afflicted nations, a critical exposé of what the author believes to be the government's failure to address the current state of the epidemic draws parallels between the U.

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