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Imperiled Innocents:
Anthony Comstock and Family Reproduction in Victorian America
Nicola Beisel

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Acknowledgments
1Introduction: Family Reproduction, Children's Morals, and Censorship3
2The City, Sexuality, and the Suppression of Abortion and Contraception25
3Moral Reform and the Protection of Youth49
4Anthony Comstock versus Free Love: Religion, Marriage, and the Victorian Family76
5Immigrants, City Politics, and Censorship in New York and Boston104
6Censorious Quakers and the Failure of the Anti-Vice Movement in Philadelphia128
7Morals versus Art158
8Conclusion: Focus on the Family199
Notes219
Bibliography255
Index269

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