Library Censorship After Webster: Has the Supreme Court Given a Green Light to Censors?
AMERICAN LIBRARIES 20(11): 1044-1045, 1047-1048, December 1989
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An Act (No. 5 of 1995) to Prescribe the Conditions Subject to Which Certain Information Relating to Services Lawfully Available; Outside the State for the Termination of Pregnancies and to Persons Who Provide Such Services May Be Given To Individual Women or the General Public, to Amend the Indecent Advertisements Act, 1889, and the Censorship of Publications Acts, 1929 to 1967, and to Provide for Related Matters. Dated 12 May 1995. (The Regulation of Information (Services Outside The State for Termination of Pregnancies) Act, 1995) Unknown creator (Ireland, 1995)
THE GOLDEN AGE OF CENSORSHIP: AN ANALYSIS OF MARRIAGE AND SEXUALITY BEFORE AND AFTER THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CODE IN 1930S HOLLYWOOD Gregorie, Ryley (Georgetown University, 2017-04-19)The Motion Picture Production Code, which was enforced in 1934, drastically altered films by strictly regulating their content. Female characters were particularly susceptible to censorship in appearance, attitude, and ...