Ending DADT

Steve Chapman at Reason Magazine presents an argument for ending the current Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy in the US military. Unlike the abstract fears of coping with open homosexuals in the military, dealing with housing issues, unit cohesion, and fears of men leaving the military, Chapman takes the novel appoach of actually looking at how allowing gays to serve openly in the military has affected the countries that currently allow it.

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