AIDS has become a major challenge to the health of Minnesotans. This 1992 report looks at how Minnesota has been responding to the challenge. It examines how widespread HIV/AIDS is in the state and who has it. It looks at what the government response has been and what actions have been taken by community groups. It details how the media have treated HIV/AIDS and how informed the general public is. And it presents an overview of how decisions about HIV/AIDS were made in Minnesota.
Supported by an Interactive Research Grant from CURA and the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, University of Minnesota.
Backstrom, Charles; Robins, Leonard.
Minnesota Response to AIDS..
Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
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