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And the band played on.

A masterpiece of investigative reporting, And the Band Played On is the definitive history of the spread of AIDS throughout the USA in the 1980's. Randy Shilts was employed by the 'The San Francisco Chronicle' to cover gay issues in 1981, the year AIDS came to international attention, and from 1982 Shilts devoted himself to covering the story of the disease and its medical, social and political implications. Shilts asks: how was this epidemic allowed to spread so far before it was taken seriously? Extensively researched, weaving together the personal stories of those in the gay community and t.

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  • "A masterpiece of investigative reporting, And the Band Played On is the definitive history of the spread of AIDS throughout the USA in the 1980's. Randy Shilts was employed by the 'The San Francisco Chronicle' to cover gay issues in 1981, the year AIDS came to international attention, and from 1982 Shilts devoted himself to covering the story of the disease and its medical, social and political implications. Shilts asks: how was this epidemic allowed to spread so far before it was taken seriously? Extensively researched, weaving together the personal stories of those in the gay community and t."@en
  • "An examination of the AIDS crisis critiques the federal government for its inaction, health authorities for their greed, and scientists for their desire for prestige in the face of the AIDS pandemic, in a twentieth anniversary edition of the acclaimed exposé."
  • "An examination of the AIDS crisis critiques the federal government for its inaction, health authorities for their greed, and scientists for their desire for prestige in the face of the AIDS pandemic, in a twentieth anniversary edition of the acclaimed exposé."@en
  • "Verslag van een Amerikaanse journalist over de periode 1980-1985."
  • "An investigative account of the medical, sexual, and scientific questions surrounding the spread of AIDS across the country."@en
  • "An investigative account of the medical, sexual, and scientific questions surrounding the spread of AIDS across the country."
  • "Why was AIDS allowed to spread unchecked during the early 1980s while our most trusted institutions ignored or denied the threat? In this brilliant, now classic expose of one of the most important issues of our time, Randy Shilts does nothing less than answer this frightening question. And Band Played On reveals how the federal government put its budgetary concerns ahead of the nation's welfare, how health authorities placed political expediency before public health adn how some scientists valued international prestige more than saving lives."@en
  • "An examination of the AIDS crisis exposes the federal government for its inaction, health authorities for their greed, and scientists for their desire for prestige in the face of the AIDS pandemic"

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  • "And the band played on : politics, people, and the AIDS epidemic."
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  • "Politics, people, and the AIDS epidemic"
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  • "And the Band played on politics, people and the aids epidemic /"
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  • "And the band played on : politics, people and the AIDS epidemic."
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  • "And the Band Played On Politics, People and the AIDS Epidemic."@en

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