This Article examines judicial and administrative responses to efforts by homosexuals to form organizations to further their interests. The authors conclude that the well-established right of association forbids state actions that seek to restrict attempts by homosexuals to organize, challenge oppressive laws, and otherwise obtain the benefits of association.
Lawrence A. Wilson and Raphael Shannon,
Homosexual Organizations and the Right of Association,
30 Hastings L.J. 1029
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