Censored : the private life of the movie (1930)

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FOREWORD shown in Censored. Obviously politicians of the lowest order have been made the guard- ians of public morals. Anyone who fails to read the book will miss the massing of a most engrossing indictment, but I almost believe that the authors could prove their case by doing no more than print the portraits of the men and women who have been set in the high seats and commissioned to frame the taste of the entire picture-going world. Heywood Broun. Vlll