In the history of Irish public policy on communications, the ban on the publication of information about contraception merits a special place. It existed for half a century. and the circumstances of its elaboration and implementation offer a special insight into the sensitivity of Irish governments on matters of sexual morality, as well as into public and media attitudes to the controversies involved.
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"Saving us from Ourselves: Contraception, Censorship and the 'Evil Literature' Controversy of 1926,"
Irish Communication Review:
1, Article 7.
Available at: https://arrow.tudublin.ie/icr/vol5/iss1/7