Sanderson, Terry
January 2004
Gay Times (09506101);Jan2004, Issue 304, p62
Discusses the plan of Reverend Fred Phelps to establish monuments denouncing homosexuality in the U.S. Description of the monuments; Criticisms against the alleged homophobic views of Phelps; Actions taken by Phelps to campaign against gay people.


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