Feminism and Censorship: The Current Debate

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Gail Chester, Julienne Dickey
Prism Press, 1988 - Censorship - 282 pages

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Despite the title, this is not a history of the women's liberation movement in the United Kingdom--at least, not in the traditional sense. Rather, it is a series of 32 personal "snapshots'' of the ... Read full review

Contents

a feminist looks at censorship
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the political implications
36
The US ordinances censorship or radical law reform?
52
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