Courting Justice: Gay Men and Lesbians v. the Supreme Court

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

OUR HEARTFELT THANKS go to the hundreds of people who jogged their memories and recounted their experiences to help us bring a slice of U.S. Supreme Court history to life. We owe special debts of gratitude to Sally Smith, for a priceless window into the court; to Billy Glover, for helping us track down copies of ONE; Cheryl Phillips, for locating several lost souls; and Supreme Court librarian Brian Stiglmeir, for superb special assistance. Ramsey Clark generously agreed to study his father's homosexual rulings for us. Laurence Tribe provided invaluable, in-depth, written replies to what must have seemed like an endless stream of Hardwick questions. Cathy Rudder, Cynthia Harrison and E. Joshua Rosenkranz kindly assisted in our failed bid to gain access to Justice Brennan's papers. Stu Ross graciously helped us figure out the chronology of Justice Clark's undated Boutilier v. INS draft opinions. Alison Howard provided important feedback on an early draft of Chapter 1. Matt Coles, Chai Feldblum, Art Leonard and Evan Wolfson have tirelessly shared their legal insights with us over the years. Also, the works of Arthur Leonard and Jonathan Ned Katz gave us an essential grounding in the historical period we studied. Norman MacAfee, our keen-eyed copy editor, provided many helpful suggestions. This project would not have been possible without the matchmaking skills of our agent, Charlotte

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