The Trouble with Harry Hay: Founder of the Modern Gay Movement (Updated Edition)

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In a galvanizing sweep through the Twentieth Century, award-winning historian Stuart Timmons chronicles the story of the man who founded the modern gay movement. After decades of searching and struggle, Harry Hay created the Mattachine Society in 1950, the nation’s first gay political group. Today, LGBT activism is taken for granted. But over a half century ago, it required vision and courage. More

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Published by White Crane Books
Words: 137,590
Language: English
ISBN: 9781938246036
About Stuart Timmons

Timmons wrote the biography of gay movement founder Harry Hay, The Trouble with Harry Hay and most recently co-authored the best-selling history book, Gay L.A. In addition to his writing, Timmons is a longtime community organizer, active in ACT-UP LA, the Coors beer boycott, the labor movement through his recent work at the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy, and as former director of ONE, the world’s largest LGBT library.

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