The National Council of Women in Conference assembled, welcomes the fact that successful prosecutions have been brought under the Obscene Publications Act 1959, but deplores the increasing pornographic emphasis of certain cheap illustrated magazines which are exposed...
The National Council of Women in Conference assembled while welcoming the interest of the Home Secretary in finding the causes of juvenile delinquency, calls on him in consultation with other government departments to investigate all possible means of impressing on...
The National Council of Women in Conference assembled, views with deep concern the distressing rise in convictions for drunkenness amongst young persons under twenty-one years of age, which is estimated to have increased by 43% over the whole country (England and...
The National Council of Women of Great Britain wishes to emphasise again its belief that some of the American type “Comics” for adolescents which are at present finding their way into this country, and certain sadistic “Crime Comics” now...
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