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The Sexual Offences Act of 1967 and its significance
by Keith Dockray and Alan Sutton

The Sexual Offences Act of 1967 was ground-breaking in the UK. The act was not without controversy and was fiercely fought over by the likes of Mary Whitehouse and right-wing reactionary Tories who in typical style fought to impose their narrow-minded blue-rinse views. Keith Dockray charts in a short and pithy manner the difficult path the Bill followed and records those who supported it and were against it.

96 pages, with colour and b&w photos, paperback

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Author Keith Dockray and Alan Sutton
Publishers Fonthill Media
Year of Publication 2017

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POLITICS SOCIETY AND HOMOSEXUALITY IN POST-WAR BRITAIN
The Sexual Offences Act of 1967 and its significance
by Keith Dockray and Alan Sutton

The Sexual Offences Act of 1967 was ground-breaking in the UK. The act was not without controversy and was fiercely fought over by the likes of Mary Whitehouse and right-wing reactionary Tories who in typical style fought to impose their narrow-minded blue-rinse views. Keith Dockray charts in a short and pithy manner the difficult path the Bill followed and records those who supported it and were against it.

96 pages, with colour and b&w photos, paperback

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POLITICS SOCIETY AND HOMOSEXUALITY IN POST-WAR BRITAIN

POLITICS SOCIETY AND HOMOSEXUALITY IN POST-WAR BRITAIN

The Sexual Offences Act of 1967 and its significance
by Keith Dockray and Alan Sutton

The Sexual Offences Act of 1967 was ground-breaking in the UK. The act was not without controversy and was fiercely fought over by the likes of Mary Whitehouse and right-wing reactionary Tories who in typical style fought to impose their narrow-minded blue-rinse views. Keith Dockray charts in a short and pithy manner the difficult path the Bill followed and records those who supported it and were against it.

96 pages, with colour and b&w photos, paperback