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1 Norman Mark in "The Anonymous Smut Hunters," The Nation, 1965, vol. 201, No. 1, p. 5.
2 Quoted from his article, "An End to All Censorship," The Nation, 1965, vol. 201, No. 1, p. 9.
3 Eberhard and Phyllis Kronhausen, Pornography and the Law. New York: Ballentine Books, 1959.
4 Russell A. Clark. The projective measurement of experimentally induced sexual motivation. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1952, vol. 44, pp. 391-399.
5 Paul H. Müssen and Alvin Scodel. The effects of sexual stimulation under varying conditions on TAT sexual responsiveness. Journal of Consulting Psychology, 1955, vol. 19, p. 90.
6 Eugene Levitt and John Paul Brady. Sexual preferences in young adult males and some correlates. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1965, vol. 21, pp. 347-354.
7 Justice Potter Stewart: "Such materials include photographs, both still and motion picture, with no pretense of artistic value, graphically depicting acts of sexual intercourse, including various acts of sodomy and sadism, and sometimes involving several participants in scenes of orgy-like character...." 34 L.W. 4242 Footnote 3 (U. S. Law Week, March 22, 1966).
8 Leon A. Jakobovits. Evaluational reactions to erotic literature. Psychological Reports, 1965, vol. 16, pp. 985-994.
10 Justice William O. Douglas in his comment upon the majority opinion in the Roth and Alberts cases. 354 U. S. 476 at 509.
11 the reader is referred to my paper, "An appetitional theory of sexual motivation." Psychological Review, 1964, vol. 71, pp. 1-18.
12 H. T. Christensen and G. R. Carpenter. Value-behavior discrepancies regarding premarital coitus in three Western cultures. American Sociological Review, 1962, 27, pp. 66-75.
13 W. E. Smith. Morality on the campus. Unpublished paper, Brigham Young University, 1967.
14 B. Berelson, P. F. Lazarsfeld and W. N. McPhee, Voting. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1954;
A. Campbell, G. Gurin and W. E. Miller, The Voter Decides. Evanston, 111.: Row, Peterson, 1954.
15 the reader is referred to pp. 44-96 in Leonard Berkowitz’ The Development of Motives and Values in the Child. New York: Basic Books, 1964.
16 1. B. Tebor. Male virgins: Conflicts and group support in American culture. The Family Life Coordinator, 1961, 9, 40-42.
17 L. A. Kirkendall. Circumstances associated with teenage boys’ use of prostitution. Marriage and Family Living, 1960, 22, 145-149.
18 Leonard Berkowi tz, Aggression: A Social Psychological Analysis, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1962, especially Chapter 9, entitled "Violence in the Mass Media."
A. Bandura and R. H. Walters, Adolescent Aggression, New York: Ronald, 1959;
S. Glueck and Eleanor T. Glueck, Predicting Delinquency and Crime, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1959.
19 James C. Coleman, Abnormal Psychology and Modern Life (3rd Ed.), Chicago: Scott, Foresman, 1964, pp. 379-415;
George W. Kisker, The Disorganized Personality, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964, pp. 232-248;
A. P. Noyes and L. C. Kolb, Modern Clinical Psychiatry (6th Ed.), Philadelphia: Saunders, 1963, pp. 466-472.
21 Herbert A. Otto, "The Pornographic Fringeland on the American Newsstand," Journal of Human Relations, 1964, vol. 12, pp. 375-390.
22 "Antidotes for the new Puritanism," Saturday Review, March 26, 1966, pp. 19ff.

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