Millennium Approaches Characters

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Joseph Porter Pitt

Joe Pitt is a conservative Mormon lawyer who serves in a relatively low-paying position as clerk to a judge. Joe is gay, but he cannot come to terms with his homosexuality. He believes that homosexuality is a sin, and he tries to overcome his tendencies to be a good Mormon and husband. Joe goes for long walks in Central Park and other places where gay men hang out and pick each other up, and he is constantly tempted.

Joe is offered a high-powered job with the Department of Justice by politically influential attorney Roy M. Cohn. Joe wants to take the job, become part of Reagan's conservative movement, and do something important in the country. However, he's not prepared for the selfish and political motivations of Roy and the rest of the political world. Roy is expecting Joe to use influence at the Department of Justice...

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