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Ballot Measure 9 (1995)

Ballot Measure 9 was an anti-gay amendment proposed to Oregon voters in 1992 by the conservative group, Oregon Citizen's Alliance. This documentary goes behind the scenes of the fight to ... See full summary »

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Ballot Measure 9 was an anti-gay amendment proposed to Oregon voters in 1992 by the conservative group, Oregon Citizen's Alliance. This documentary goes behind the scenes of the fight to stop Measure 9. It contains portions of anti-gay videos produced by the Citizen's Alliance as well as news clips and interviews with the people who successfully fought passage of Measure 9. Written by Travis <mtharris@erols.com>

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Hate. Fear. Harassment. Murder. See more »

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14 July 1995 (USA)  »

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A True Depiction of America
9 June 1999 | by (SLC, UT) – See all my reviews

Ballot measure number nine was a WONDERFUL documentary on the horrible attempt of the OCA (Oregon Citizen's Alliance) to destroy equal rights in our country. In the sense that Hitler was destroyed in W.W.II the OCA also fell, and this movie documents the moments of victory and defeats of both views. I just hope more movies like this can be produced so that more people can be frightened by the hatred that is stirring in our country because of the propaganda and fear, and insecurity of such organizations as the OCA and the Christian Coalition. Well done Heather MacDonald, and your crew, and THANK YOU.


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