Obscenity (Law)--United States

United States v. Dennett (1930)

United States v. Dennett (1930)

In the 1930 US federal court case United States v. Dennett, Mary Coffin Ware Dennett was cleared of all charges of violating the anti-obscenity Comstock Act, a charge she had incurred by distributing her sex education pamphlet called "The Sex Side of Life: An Explanation for Young People." The United States Postal Service charged Dennett under the Comstock Act, which prohibited the distribution of

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