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Pointblank Times, Vol. 3, No. 3, May 1977 - Page 17. May 1977. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 24, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1393/show/1390.

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Title Pointblank Times, Vol. 3, No. 3, May 1977
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Date May 1977
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  • Feminism
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Transcript continued from page 17 For many years, this scapegoat was communism. Recent happenings tend to suggest that the new scapegoat is society's "moral deterioration." The ERA, Gay Rights, Abortion, and materials they subjectively see as "pornography" are all evidence to them that America is in the midst of a "moral decay." Just as their explanations for societal events are simplistic, so are their notions of how to combat the evils. Law and Order, increased police powers, and capital punishment are their methods of controlling the decay. For persons holding such viewpoints, democracy is merely a symbol, not a guideline for their behavior. "Super-Patriots" rally around the flag, not the Constitution. -S continued from page 16 Out of the Closet Into the White House Hall on Ma Counc mai ns keep get w spons Counc next wheth s o c i a diffe or sp and 1 by Va rch 2 IT'S to b up th omen ive m 11 th few m er we 1 , po rence lit o ose t n Hightower supporters 8th, the night before final vote. It re- e seen whether we'11 e momentum needed to (and intelligent, re- en) elected to City is time around. The onths will tell continue to transcend 1i t i c a 1 and religious s and work together ur vote into factions o the incumbents. -Karen L. Barrett UNNATURALLY "fine paopb read Potniwafl^Ttftes Yoor ad coiM te> readwta Hftetf /zpaqe,=%) met i presi tanza quest c r i m i As a folio soon U.S. publ i HUD ( cl aus (fund vices (secu Civil issue U.S. (disc m e e t i d i s c u Bill . Fourte n the R d e n t i a 1 , who 1 s for a nation resul t wing fe meet w i Bureau cations adding e to th ing for ); the rity cl Rights of jur Civil S r i m i n a t n g will ss the en ga oosev aide i s t e n n end again of th deral th ga of Pr and sexua ei r p gay Def en earan Comm i s d i c e r v i c ion i al so n a t i o y repre elt Roo Margar ed to t to fed st homo e m e e t i a g e n c i y repre i s o n s ( MCC min 1 prefe o 1 i c i e s communi se Depa ces ) ; t i s s i o n tion) ; e Commi n h i r i n be hel nal Gay sentatives m with et Cos- heir r e - era! d i s- sexuals . ng , the e s will sentatives ban on gay i s t e r s ) ; rence ); HEW ty ser- rtment he U.S. (the and the s s i o n g). A d to Rights Gay representatives meeting at the White House included NGTF Co-directors Jean O'Leary and Bruce Voeller; Representative Elaine Noble; and Pokey Anderson, vice-chair of Houston Gay Political Caucus. The representatives will return to the White House in September for a follow-up meeting. GLYNDk photography 7131524-0072 713 528-1653 Pointblank Times