Tobias B. Wolff

University of Pennsylvania

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Professor of law at the University of Pennsylvania who was Barack Obama’s top campaign adviser on gay rights

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In 1969, even civil rights activists were barely aware of the so-called  Stonewall Rebellion  that began the movement for equal treatment of gays and lesbians in the United States.

The Obama Administration and Gay Rights

In 1969, even civil rights activists were barely aware of the so-called Stonewall Rebellion that began the movement for equal treatment of gays and lesbians in the United States.

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In 1969, even civil rights activists were barely aware of the so-called  Stonewall Rebellion  that began the movement for equal treatment of gays and lesbians in the US.

Gay Rights and the Obama Administration

In 1969, even civil rights activists were barely aware of the so-called Stonewall Rebellion that began the movement for equal treatment of gays and lesbians in the US.

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