New Life for the Oldest Profession

Bode, Ken
July 1978
New Republic;7/8/78-7/15/78, Vol. 179 Issue 2/3, p21
Presents views on the present-day prostitution in the United States. Belief that enforcement of the prostitution laws amounts to an unnecessary drain on law enforcement resources according to Marilyn Haft, director of the sexual privacy project of the American Civil Liberties Union; Basic elements of the sleazy complexes of pornography and adult entertainment; City where the sex-boom is concentrated in; Special zoning category in Boston, Massachusetts for adult entertainment.


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