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Aids for the 80s

C. Michael Mellor

Aids for the 80s

What they are and what they do

by C. Michael Mellor

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Published by American foundation for the blind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blind, Apparatus for the

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11294377M
    ISBN 100891281037
    ISBN 109780891281030
    OCLC/WorldCa9243231

      Andrew Sullivan remembers the AIDS epidemic in the 80s - Duration: views. The Age of Aids full documentary - Duration: HEC Books .   During the s I was a teenager living deep in rural Wisconsin. The family farm was located just a few miles away from a military base. I had a family member in the military, so I worked many hours on the farm and part-time jobs on the base. The.

      In her new book The Wisdom of Whores, Elizabeth Pisani – who worked for 10 years in what she refers to as "the Aids bureaucracy" – admits that by it was clear that "HIV wasn't going to.   A history of AIDS hysteria The first cases were recognized 30 years ago this week, and a national panic slowly built--Shares. Emma Mustich June 5, PM (UTC).

      Looking at the data on AIDS deaths, you see that the virus hit the United States early—and hard. In , the first year of nationwide CDC surveillance, people died of AIDS .   As one tabloid journalist told me “AIDS sells more papers than bingo”. (Never mind the impact on people’s lives). I decided to do a study of British Press reporting of AIDS in the period October to October to see what kind of messages they were sending out. I cover this in detail in my eBook Gay in the 80s, which you can find.


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