Mail shall go through - Without dirty books
Capital Journal (Salem)
dirty books, obscenity
U.S. Supreme Court, Post Office Department
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that dirty books can be censored and prohibited from being sent through the mail.
The U.S. Supreme Court made a ruling reinforcing the right to censor dirty books by keeping them out of the mail. This gives considerable power to the Post Office Department in deciding what is allowed to be sent through mail. The Supreme Court stated that the First Amendment should not be used to protect obscenity as well.
U.S. Supreme Court, obscenity, freedom of speech, dirty books, mail, values