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Don't ask, don't tell : debating the gay ban in the military

  title={Don't ask, don't tell : debating the gay ban in the military},
  author={Aaron Belkin and Geoffrey W. Bateman},
Introduction - the Editors. - History Repeating Itself: A Historical Overview of Gay Men and Lesbians in the Military - Timothy Haggerty. - "Don't Ask, Don't Tell": Does the Gay Ban Preserve Soldiers' Privacy? - Does "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Preserve Unit Cohesion? - Are Foreign Military Experiences Relevant to the U.S.? - What Does "Don't Ask, Don't Tell Cost? - Openly Gay Soldiers Tell Their Stories: Steve May and Rob Nunn. - What Have We Learned?: - The Future of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell… 
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