Censorship and morality, part 1 is a recorded panel discussing ideas on censorship and public morality in the United States. The panel discusses and debates issues of obscenity, censorship in literature, theatre, and other media, public values in relation to morality and obscenity among different generations, the concept of wholesomeness, what exactly determines morality in varying communities, and several other subtopics pertaining to ideas regarding censorship and morality in the public view, February 2, 1972.
- February 02, 1972
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