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Gays Fight Discrimination, Uncertain Laws
'My God...What's Going to Happen to the Rest of My Life?' THE PEOPLE VS. NEWMAN Homosexuals Fight Bias, Uncertain Laws GAYS FIGHT BIAS AND LAWS
Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Smith, Dave
Date: Mar 25, 1974
Start Page: A3
Pages: 3
Section: PART ONE
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Terry Newman used to be a junior high school reading teacher and for some time had felt vaguely depressed, dissatisfied. The other teachers seemed to him an uptight, conservative lot, politically and professionally. Uptight together, they shut him out, he felt.

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