Quotation by for the State of Massachusetts,

Celestial roundsmen under the aegis of the 'New England Watch and Ward Society' inaugurated a virulent campaign against 'lewd and indecent' books and plays. What is salacity? It was like the time-honored stickler: How old is Ann? Other cities indulged in loud guffaws over the antics of the Boston censors as the latter grew hotter and hotter and more and more bothered over the perplexing problem. 'Banned in Boston' came to be the novelist's and dramatist's dream of successful publicity—'a natural' in advertising.
For the State of Massachusetts (1935-1943), U.S. public relief program. Massachusetts: A Guide to Its Places and People (The WPA Guide to Massachusetts), p. 144, Houghton Mifflin (1937).

Describing the 1920s.
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