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The Persistence of Transnational Organizing: The Case of the Homophile Movement

Author: Leila Rupp

In: American Historical Review, Vol 116, No 4 (Oct), 2011, pp. 1014-1039

Study of the reformist groups which were active in Scandinavia, West Germany, France, the UK, Canada and USA, primarily in the 1950s and 1960s, which joined in the International Committee for Sexual Equality (1951-1963) founded by the Dutch COC (the first ‘homophile’ group).