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Select Bibliography of Secondary Sources

Margot Canaday, “‘Who Is A Homosexual?’: The Consolidation of Sexual Identities in Mid-Twentieth-Century American Immigration Law,” Law and Social Inquiry 28 (2003): 351-86.

Margot Canaday, The Straight State: Sexuality and Citizenship in Twentieth-Century America (Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 2009), 214-54.

William N. Eskridge, “Gadamer/Statutory Interpretation,” Columbia Law Review 90 (Apr. 1990): 609-81.

William N. Eskridge, Dynamic Statutory Interpretation (Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1994), 48-80.

Eithne Luibhéid, Entry Denied: Controlling Sexuality at the Border (Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota Press, 2002).

Shannon Minter, “Sodomy and Public Morality Offenses Under U.S. Immigration Law: Penalizing Lesbian and Gay Identity,” Cornell International Law Journal 26 (1993): 771-818.

Joyce Murdoch and Deb Price, Courting Justice: Gay Men and Lesbians v. the Supreme Court (New York: Basic, 2001), 103-34

Susana Peña, “‘Obvious Gays’ and the State Gaze: Cuban Gay Visibility and U.S. Immigration Policy during the 1980s Mariel Boatlift,” Journal of the History of Sexuality 16 (2007): 482-514.

Ray Sin, “Does Sexual Fluidity Challenge Sexual Binaries? The Case of Bisexual Immigrants from 1967–2012,” Sexualities 18, no. 4 (2015): 413-437.

Siobhan B. Somerville, “Queer Loving,” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 11 (2005): 335-70.

Marc Stein, “Boutilier and the U.S. Supreme Court’s Sexual Revolution,” Law and History Review 23, no. 3 (Fall 2005): 491-536.

Marc Stein, “Crossing the Border to Memory: In Search of Clive Michael Boutilier (1933-2003),” torquere 6 (2004): 91-115 (published Nov. 2005).

Marc Stein, “The U.S. Supreme Court’s Sexual Counter-Revolution,” Organization of American Historians Magazine of History 20, no. 2 (Mar. 2006): 21-25.

Marc Stein, Sexual Injustice: Supreme Court Decisions from Griswold to Roe (Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 2010).

Marc Stein, “All the Immigrants Are Straight, All the Homosexuals Are Citizens, But Some of Us Are Queer Aliens: Genealogies of Legal Strategy in Boutilier v. INS,” Journal of American Ethnic History 29, no. 4 (Summer 2010): 45-77.

Marc Stein, “Sexual Rights and Wrongs: Teaching the U.S. Supreme Court’s Greatest Gay and Lesbian Hits,” in Understanding and Teaching U.S. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender History, ed. Leila Rupp and Susan Freeman (Madison: Univ. Wisconsin Press, 2014), 238-53.

Marc Stein, “Race, Class, and the U.S. Supreme Court’s Doctrine of Heteronormative Supremacy,” in Connexions: Histories of Race and Sex in North America, ed. Jennifer Brier, Jim Downs, and Jennifer Morgan (Champaign: Univ. of Illinois Press, 2016), 59-81.

William B. Turner, “Lesbian/Gay Rights and Immigration Policy: Lobbying to End the Medical Model,” Journal of Policy History 7 (1995): 208-225.