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(1939). Schroeder, Theodore. A Challenge to Sex Censors. New York: Privately printed.. Psychoanal. Rev., 26(1):151-152.

(1939). Psychoanalytic Review, 26(1):151-152

Schroeder, Theodore. A Challenge to Sex Censors. New York: Privately printed.

That witch hunting still goes on is a commonplace of our times, and one particularly deserving the basically psychoanalytic approach accorded it in this stimulating book. In 1911 Theodore Schroeder, a rare combination of lawyer and student of the psychogenic bases of behavior, published a book entitled “Obscene” Literature and Constitutional Law, dealing specifically with the absurdities that in law pass unchallenged through the undefined gap as to what is or is not “obscene.”

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