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Nathaniel is an author, commentator and historian who wrote the critically acclaimed Unfriendly Fire: How the Gay Ban Undermines the Military and Weakens America. A frequent contributor to Slate, he is currently the director of Columbia Law School's What We Know Project. He has appeared on “The Daily Show” and numerous other shows, and his writings have appeared in the New York Times, New York Magazine, Washington Post, Huffington Post, The New Republic, USA Today, Los Angeles Times and the Philadelphia Inquirer, his hometown newspaper which launched his writing career.
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“Empirical evidence and systematic analysis rarely have an impact on such emotional topics as gays in the military. But here is a book from a leading scholar that cuts through the ignorance, the denial and the prejudice to explain how we got stuck with a policy that was doomed to fail. Our military and our nation owe Frank a debt of gratitude.”
Lawrence J. Korb, former Assistant Secretary of Defense under Ronald Reagan