90 Columbia Law Review 609 (1990)
In 1964, the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) ordered the deportation of Clive Michael Boutilier, a Canadian citizen, because he was gay. Boutilier had first entered the United States in 1956, and after 1959 he had lived continuously in the United States as a productive resident. When he applied for citizenship in 1963, Boutilier admit ted in an affidavit that he had been arrested in New York in 1959 on a charge of homosexual sodomy. Although the charge was ultimately dismissed on default of the complainant, Boutilier further admitted in a second affidavit that for five years prior to his initial entry into the United States and for the eight and one-half years after that entry, he had engaged in sexual relations with other men on an average of three or four times per year.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Eskridge, William N. Jr., "Gadamer/Statutory Interpretation" (1990). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 3832.