Constitutional Law: Is Nothing Obscene Any More?

PROBLEMS IN BED . . . were no problems at all to the members of East-port's highly secret suburban switch club. Who could have problems with eight beautiful, different women to choose from? For that was the lot of each man in this fantastic sex-prowling group. They lived a lust-ridden, lightning-fast, terrifying and sex-crammed . . . GAME OF WIFE SWAPPING!

Under Kansas' anti-obscenity law, the state attorney general was justified in seizing 1,715 such "nightstand books" from a paperback dealer in Junction City. Last month, however, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled...

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