Victory Deferred: How AIDS Changed Gay Life In America
By John-Manuel Andriote
University of Chicago, 570 pp.,
Based on hundreds of interviews and national responses to the epidemic, Journalist John-Manuel Andriote’s acclaimed work chronicles the effects of the disease on the gay rights movement, from the
1970s to the post-AIDS community of today. This brand new edition of the 1999 hardcover original offers an updated and expanded narrative and institutional history of the crisis that defined a generation of activism.
Andriote: Author Website