Sex & Censorship In The Gilded Age

Fresh Air

By NPR

Sex & Censorship In The Gilded Age

Wednesday, 7 July

The Comstock Act, which passed in 1873, virtually outlawed contraception. In 'The Man Who Hated Women,' author Amy Sohn writes about the man behind the law — and the women prosecuted under it.

John Powers reviews the detective drama 'Unforgotten' on PBS.
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