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Staying Tuned: LGBTQIA Politics in the Trump Era

  • Timothy Kaufman-Osborn (a1), Jyl Josephson (a2), Royal G. Cravens (a3), Phillip M. Ayoub (a4), Barry D. Adam (a5), Keally McBride (a6) and Queer J. Thomas (a7)...
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