The rise and fall of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’

Anti DADT sign "Ask, Tell" with rainbowBY THESEATTLELESBIAN.COM

The largest collection of academic research on “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” repeal was published online this weekend in a special edition of the “Journal of Homosexuality.” The collection entitled, “The Rise and Fall of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” is co-edited by Professors James Parco of Colorado College and David Levy of the US Air Force Academy. It includes four peer-reviewed studies by current and formed Palm Center scholars as well as reviews of a book and an e-book by Palm authors.

Palm Deputy Director Christopher Neff, who co-authored one of the studies, said: ”The history of how DADT repeal got jump-started in Congress is surprising and remarkable, and I’m so proud that my scholarship is included in this distinguished collection.”


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