Debate, Subject, Resolved: That limitations upon the contents of books and magazines as defined in proposed legislation would be detrimental to the advancement of American literature. [Debate on Censorship of Books]

By: Sumner, John S.; Boyd, Ernest; Smyth, Clifford; Farrar, John

Price: $100.00

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Book Condition: Fair


A few creases on front cover, front board slightly discolored, front board loose from binding, rear hinge loosening, though it appears never to have been properly attached (staples did not continue through to the rear of the spine cloth). 1924 Trade Paperback. 77, [3] pp. Review copy, with publisher's slip tipped in on title page. Stiff cardstock boards with cloth spine, stapled binding. A publication of a debate pitting a critic and author against the secretary for the New York Society for the Supervision of Vice, with an introduction by the editor of the International Book Review, and a foreword by the editor of The Bookman.

Title: Debate, Subject, Resolved: That limitations upon the contents of books and magazines as defined in proposed legislation would be detrimental to the advancement of American literature. [Debate on Censorship of Books]

Author: Sumner, John S.; Boyd, Ernest; Smyth, Clifford; Farrar, John

Categories: Law & Legal Reform, Books on Books,

Publisher: The League for Public Discuisson [sic], New York [Discussion]: 1924

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 2087728

Keywords: BOOKS CENSORSHIP FREEDOM OF SPEECH LAW LEGAL HISTORY AMERICAN LITERATURE PRINTING LEGISLATION,