CENSORSHIP TODAY. A Review of the Continuing Fight for Free Speech Vol. 1, No. 2

[Henry Miller, et al]

Editorial: Censorship Today, 1968
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50pp., photos, cartoons. Articles and news on censorship in academic freedom, art, books, politics, film, court cases, libraries, newspapers, obscenity trials, the post office, privacy rights, psychiatry, religion, theater, and tv and radio. This issue features "A Previously Unpublished Letter from Henry Miller" (defending TROPIC OF CANCER) and an article on the Attempted Suppression of Samm Sinclair Baker's "The Permissible Lie." News items include flag- and draft card-burning bans; Ralph Ginzburg allowed to speak at University of Maryland; Lord Byron finally granted a place in Westminster Abbey; Melina Mercouri records banned in Greece; Galileo may be exonerated by the Vatican; Medical Apects of Human Sexuality magazine discussion of whether pornography is dangerous; library battles involving Ramparts magazine, Evergreen Review, the Berkeley Barb, and Soul on Ice; Solzhenitsyn's Cancer Ward to be published in US; film controversies surrounding Erotikon, I Am Curious -Yellow, Ulysses, Bonnie and Clyde, and I, A Woman; theater bans of LeRoi Jones' The Slave, controversies surrounding The Boys in the Band, Hair, and The Beard; First International Exhibition of Erotic Art (from the Kronhausen collection) favorably received in Sweden; Madalyn Murray O'Hair starts a radio program, Supreme Court split on books for parochial schools, etc. Digest-sized, saddle-stapled wrappers. Light shelfwear. Very good. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: CENSORSHIP TODAY. A Review of the Continuing...
Editorial: Censorship Today
Año de publicación: 1968

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Henry Miller, et al]
Editorial: Censorship Today, Los Angeles (1968)
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Descripción Censorship Today, Los Angeles, 1968. 50pp., photos, cartoons. Articles and news on censorship in academic freedom, art, books, politics, film, court cases, libraries, newspapers, obscenity trials, the post office, privacy rights, psychiatry, religion, theater, and tv and radio. This issue features "A Previously Unpublished Letter from Henry Miller" (defending TROPIC OF CANCER) and an article on the Attempted Suppression of Samm Sinclair Baker's "The Permissible Lie." News items include flag- and draft card-burning bans; Ralph Ginzburg allowed to speak at University of Maryland; Lord Byron finally granted a place in Westminster Abbey; Melina Mercouri records banned in Greece; Galileo may be exonerated by the Vatican; Medical Apects of Human Sexuality magazine discussion of whether pornography is dangerous; library battles involving Ramparts magazine, Evergreen Review, the Berkeley Barb, and Soul on Ice; Solzhenitsyn's Cancer Ward to be published in US; film controversies surrounding Erotikon, I Am Curious -Yellow, Ulysses, Bonnie and Clyde, and I, A Woman; theater bans of LeRoi Jones' The Slave, controversies surrounding The Boys in the Band, Hair, and The Beard; First International Exhibition of Erotic Art (from the Kronhausen collection) favorably received in Sweden; Madalyn Murray O'Hair starts a radio program, Supreme Court split on books for parochial schools, etc. Digest-sized, saddle-stapled wrappers. Light shelfwear. Very good. Nº de ref. de la librería 85934

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