Here is a paper that I wrote in the Fall of ’05 in response to the play “Angels in America.” In the piece, I discuss homophobia in the 1980s conservative movement and how it influenced prominent conservatives, such as New York laywer Roy Cohn, to conceal their identities and lead secret double lives.
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