New York: American Civil Liberties Union, . 8vo. Wraps. 8 p. 
"The federal government in recent proceedings holds that it is obscene to advocate polygamy, to portray nudism for health, to give plain-spoken sex instruction for marriage, to publish pictures of 'pin-up' girls. The Post Office Department censors determine most of these standards of morality. Their power should be transferred to the courts, with juries to reflect public morals. Read the facts about these recent cases, and lend your aid in changing the system"