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Homosexuality : Debating the Issues (95 Edition)by Robert M. Baird
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This could be the most controversial book yet in the Contemporary Issues Series. Its balanced approach could risk the wrath of advocates and critics alike, offering powerful essays on four key issues: the causes of homosexuality, disputes about the role the courts should play, gays and the military, and religious attitudes toward homosexuality.
Book News Annotation:
An account of the early years of the city of Anniston, Alabama, and its roots as a model town for developing the iron resources of the region after the devastating effects of the Civil War. Chronicles the city's economic booms and busts, details the social and racial composition of the town's population, and discusses Anniston and the New South credo. Includes b&w photos. This paperback edition is identical to the first edition published in 1978.
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Its balanced approach offers powerful essays on four key issues: the causes of homosexuality, disputes about the role the courts should play, gays and the military, and religious attitudes toward homosexuality.<P>"... excellent reference book..". — Publishers Weekly
About the Author
Robert M. Baird (Waco, TX) is a professor and the former chair of the philosophy department at Baylor University. He is editor with Stuart E. Rosenbaum of Prometheuss Contemporary Issues series.M. Katherine Baird (New York, NY) is a practicing attorney at a New York law firm.
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