119 - just short of saying that women should not be in...

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11/9 1 Charles Moskos: conservative Democrat 1 Came up with the idea and the name for “Don’t ask, don’t tell” 1.1 Saved Clinton--promised national health care system and repeal ban on homosexuals in the military (Moskos saved him by keeping the law as it stands, but require military authority to look the other way--so he still keeps his promise) 2 Sociologist from Harvard--enlisted in the army in the 1950s (first time to come into contact with black people) 3 Openly gay will disrupt primary group cohesion which will effect combat effectiveness 4 Moskos thinks Blacks are good for the military, but gays and women are not (comes
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Unformatted text preview: just short of saying that women should not be in combat) 5 Social Laboratory 5.1 1: African American 5.2 2: Women 5.2.1 Physical differences/ability 5.2.2 Accommodations and Privacy 5.2.3 Sexual Attraction 5.3 3: GLBT 5.3.1 Privacy 2 Kier 1 DADT is pointless and doesn’t help the military 2 Small unit cohesion (instrumental value)-->combat effectiveness 2.1 Where’s the evidence that the one leads to another? 3 Small unit cohesion is easy to achieve...
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course LEGAL 297 taught by Professor Kelleher during the Fall '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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