Homosexuality and American Public Lifeby Christopher Wolfe (Editor), William Kristol (Introduction), William Kristol (Introduction)
Not content merely to restate the
This book delivers the most impressive and comprehensive response to the homosexual movement ever assembled. An imposing array of scientists, psychologists, philosophers, and lawyers make the definitive case that homosexuality is both a moral and psychological disorder and a matted for compassionate but urgent public concern.
Not content merely to restate the traditional moral position, the contributors address the homosexual movement's most compelling arguments with both sympathy and a relentless commitment to the truth. These essays originated at a 1997 conference of the American Public Philosophy Institute. Experts of unsurpassed prestige probe the common assertions that homosexuality is genetically or biologically determined and that citizens' homosexual behavior should be exempt from social or legal censure.
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