There was general agreement, and we all got along, but then there was no way for any of us to exploit the movement then.
After the separation of ONE, we still all went to the NACHO meeting and got along. I think Bill Kelley would agree, and Frank Kameny. But obviously none of the people working in the movement today were there, and there are attempts to do this again—meetings among people and groups that work on the same issues (as I pointeout a meeting of glbt college heads will be in chicago next month). And there is a group for lgbt centers, and for elected officials, etc.