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Bibliography ~ "Workers of the World Caress"

This bibliography lists surviving documents held at the Lesbian and Gay Archives, and in the personal collections of Gary Kinsman and Tim McCaskell. They represent only a portion of the documents produced during this period. The full text of these documents can now be found here in electronic format.

  • Amy, Natalie and Gary "We May Not Be Witches...But We Sure Have Been Burned" Resignation Letter to the Revolutionary Workers League/ LOR, with supporting statement by [name unclear] of the LOR 8 March 1980. Unpublished document.

  • Brock, Deborah. Making Work, Making Trouble: Prostitution as a Social Problem University of Toronto Press, 1998.

  • Comrades of the Revolutionary Marxist Group "Contribution to the Discussion of Perspectives for the Gay Movement" 1975 Unpublished document.

  • Walter, and Gary Kinsman "Workers of the World, Caress! Sexual Liberation through Revolution, Not Reform" unpublished document, approximately 1973.

  • Walter (for After Stonewall) "'The Equal Voice for Lesbians' ---- That Isn't Equal" June 1978. Unpublished document.

  • Feinberg, Leslie Stone Butch Blues Firebrand Books, 1993.

  • Gay Comrades of the Revolutionary Marxist Group "Statement to GATE Candidates Meeting" Unpublished document. No date.

  • Gay Marxist Study Group "Discussion Paper on Marxism and Gay Liberation" No date. Unpublished document.

  • Gay Marxist Study Group "Marxist Perspectives on Gay Liberation" Course Outline for the New Marxist Institute, Unpublished document. No date.

  • Gay Marxist Study Group "Notes from a Discussion on the Marxist Institute Course: Marxism from a Gay Perspective" Unpublished document. No date.

  • Gay Marxist Study Group "Working Paper on Thoughts for a Course in Marxism From a Gay Perspective" Unpublished document. No date.

  • Gay Marxist Study Group, Untitled document following their work in two courses at the New Marxist Institute on marxism and gay liberation. Unpublished document, 1975.

  • Gay Marxist Study Group, Meeting Notes, March 17, 1976. "Gay Workers Unite!" leaflet 1977 (8?)

  • Gay Left Collective "Why Marxism?" Gay Left: A Socialist Journal Produced by Gay People (Winter 1977) No. 5, pp. 2-5.

  • Hannon, Gerald "Men Loving Boys Loving Men" The Body Politic Issue 39 (December 1977/January 1978).

  • Human Rights League Operation Freedom "Is the Police State at Our Doors? The Shady Side of 'National Security'" 1:2 (April 1978).

  • Kinsman, Gary and Patrizia Gentile, The Canadian War on "Queers": National Security as Sexual Regulation forthcoming

  • Kinsman, Gary "Constructing Gay Men and Lesbians as National Security Risks, 1950 - 1970" in G. Kinsman, D. Buse and M. Stedman, eds. Whose National Security? Canadian State Surveillance and the Creation of Enemies Between the Lines, 2000, 143-153.

  • Kinsman, Gary "National Security as Moral Regulation: Making the Normal and the Deviant in the Security Campaigns Against Gay Men and Lesbians" in Deborah Brock Making Normal: Social Regulation in Canada Nelson, 2003, pp. 121-145.

  • Kinsman, Gary The Regulation of Desire: Homo and Hetero Sexualities Black Rose Books, 1996.

  • Kinsman, Gary "Proposed Platform for a Gay Liberation Front" Unpublished document. No date.

  • McCaskell, Tim. Letter to In Struggle Written 2 October 1980.

  • McCaskell, Tim "The Left and Gay Liberation" Canadian Dimension (September 1983) 17:4, pp. 25-27.

  • Mossop, Brian and Ken Popert "Why Are Gay People Oppressed?" Publication source and date unknown.

  • Nicols, Nancy "Stand Together" V Tape 2002 (VHS,124 minutes)

  • Old Mole Collective "Toward a Militant Gay Movement...No. 2" Unpublished document, 1976.

  • Revolutionary Marxist Group "Women's Liberation" Document Series No. 1, 1975. Unpublished document.

  • Revolutionary Marxist Group "Jailbreak!" October 1974. Unpublished document.

  • Revolutionary Marxist Group letter to Gay Tide written July 1975.

  • Revolutionary Marxist Group / Group Marxiste Revolutionnaire "Smash all the Closets: For a Militant Gay Movement" Contributions to the discussion at the National Gay Conference, 1975. Unpublished document.

  • Revolutionary Marxist Group Lesbians and Gays "Gays and Quebec" 1977 unpublished document.

  • Revolutionary Marxist Group "Re-Instate John Damien. Full Rights for Lesbian and Gay Workers" 5 February 1977. Unpublished document.

  • Revolutionary Marxist Group "Importance of Gay Liberation for Building the RMG in the Present Period" Unpublished document, 1977.

  • Revolutionary Marxist Group Election Campaign Committee "RMG Candidate Supports Gay Rights Demonstration" Press release. May 18, 1977.

  • Revolutionary Workers League "Women's Rights, Lesbian Rights, Gay Rights" 1978. Unpublished leaflet.

  • Revolutionary Worker's League "Declaration of Tendency Z" and "Our Overriding Task: The Turn to Industry" Discussion Bulletin (October 1979) 3:7.

  • Rowbotham, Sheila Beyond the Fragments: Feminism and the Making of Socialism Merlin Press, 1979.

  • Ross, Becki The House That Jill Built: A Lesbian Nation in Formation University of Toronto Press, 1995, pp. 33-37.

  • Stewart, Joe, et. al. Letter to members of the ad hoc network building group of Gay Socialists. Unpublished document, 3 November 1979.

  • Warner, Tom Never Going Back: A History of Queer Activism in Canada University of Toronto Press, 2002.

Thanks to Dan Irving for his research assistance on this project.

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