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and endorsements from political leaders cannot provide an adeuate explanation for the phenomenal success of endorsements from political leaders cannot provide an adeuate explanation for the phenomenal success of LGBT movement at changing the public's views In The Path to Gay Rights Jeremiah Garretson argues that the LGBT community's response to the AIDS crisis was a turning point for public support of gay rights ACT UP and related AIDS .
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Of LGBT Issues AndLGBT ssues and and signaled to LGBT people across political and media leaders normalizing news coverage of LGBT Wormwood Mire issues and AIDS and signaled to LGBT people across United States that their lives were valued The net result was anncrease n the number of
people who came out and lived their lives openly and with ncreased contact with gay people public attitudes to warm and change Garretson goes beyond the story of LGBT rights to develop an evidence based argument for how social movements can alter mass opinion on any contentious top.LGBT people who came out and lived their lives openly and with ncreased contact with gay people public attitudes
32332. An nnovative data driven explanation of how public opinion shifted on LGBT rights The Path to Gay Rights The Gold Letter is the first social science analysis of how and why the LGBT movement achievedts most unexpected victory transforming gay people from a despised group of social Deviants Into A Minority into a minority of rights and protections n the eyes of most Americans The book weaves together a narrative of LGBT history with new findings from the field of political psychology to provide an understanding of how social
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