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"Public opinion, which once ostracized adulterers, does it no longer," sighed the Archbishop of Canterbury in his Diocesan Letter last week. A month ago the archbishop proposed that adultery be treated as a crime. The argument has been boiling along ever since.

In the House of Lords, Earl Winterton raised a practical objection: "I do not think the Primate can have thought very carefully over the results of his action. If this law was put into operation, there would be at least another thousand people in prison. I do not want to be offensive, but...

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