As London emerged from the devastation of the Second World War, planners sought to rebuild the city in ways that would reshape the behavior of its citizens—a program defined by a strong emphasis on civic order and conservative values of national community. Richard Hornsey examines how queer men legitimized, resisted, and reinvented this ambitious reconstruction program.
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