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Staying Tuned: LGBTQIA Politics in the Trump Era

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Staying Tuned: LGBTQIA Politics in the Trump Era

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 November 2018

Timothy Kaufman-Osborn
Whitman College
Jyl Josephson
Rutgers University-Newark
Royal G. Cravens
Bowling Green State University
Phillip M. Ayoub
Associate Professor of Diplomacy and World Affairs, Occidental College
Barry D. Adam
University of Windsor and Ontario HIV Treatment Network
Keally McBride
University of San Francisco
Queer J. Thomas
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh


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