Introduction: AIDS, Public Policy, and Historical Inquiry
 expand sectionDisease and Social Order in America: Perceptions and Expectations
 expand sectionEpidemics and History: Ecological Perspectives and Social Responses
 expand sectionQuarantine and the Problem of AIDS
 expand sectionThe Politics of Physicians' Responsibility in Epidemics: A Note on History
 expand sectionThe Enforcement of Health: The British Debate
 collapse sectionSin versus Science: Venereal Disease in Twentieth-Century Baltimore
 Treatment for Venereal Disease: The Public Health Clinics
 Venereal Disease and Racism
 Syphilis Becomes Everyone's Disease: The National Campaign
 Medical Treatment or Crusade against Vice?
 The Impact of War
 Sex Education During the War
 After the War: The New Penicillin Therapy
 Conclusion: The End of the Struggle?
 expand sectionAIDS: From Social History to Social Policy
 expand sectionImages of Plague: Infectious Disease in the Visual Arts
 expand sectionAIDS, Gender, and Biomedical Discourse: Current Contests for Meaning
 expand sectionIn the Eye of the Storm: The Epidemiological Construction of AIDS
 expand sectionLegitimation through Disaster: AIDS and the Gay Movement
 expand sectionAIDS and the American Health Polity: The History and Prospects of a Crisis of Authority

  Notes on Contributors
 expand sectionIndex

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