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'1951 - 1975'
HENRY MILLER'S TROPIC OF CANCER
lady chatterly's lover
Ralph Ginzburg, publisher, "Eros"
Male nudes by Sylvia Sleigh
Lady Chatterley's Lover
Sullivan vs. New York Times
One Hundred Years of Solitude
"Tucuman arde" exhibition
"The Clouds", "The Birds", "Lysistrata"
Licensing to print books in Europe
Roberto Plate in "Experiencias 68"
Brink, "Au plus noir de la nuit"
Rivera Paintings - Paris
Carpita, Le Rendez-vous des quais
Garcia Lorca - Literature
Jose Antonio Claros - Literature
Victor Jara - Music
Jorge Pena Hench- Music
Siqueiros - Murals
Jorge Edwards - Literature
Canal 13 - Univ. Catolica
Mario Vargas Llosa - literature
Censorship of Egyptian Cinema
"L'Humanite" and "Liberation" During Algerian War
"Temoignages et Documents"
French Banned Books List of 1961
Maurice Thorez' "Fils du Peuple"
George Carlin on Pacifica Radio
Louis Malle, Les Amants
Rolling Stones on Ed Sullivan Show
Roberto Rossellini's film The Miracle
Lady Chatterly's Lover, D.H. Lawrence
Sullivan vs. New York Times Co.
Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five
One Magazine & U.S. Post Office
"Homage to Latin America" - Exhibition
Eduardo Ruano - Happening
Margarita Paksa protest
Boixados, Maria Dolores Writings
Pasolini, Pierpaolo "Rogopag"
Frank Zappa, American composer and musician
portnoy`s complaint by philip roth copyright@1967 random house congress catalog number 69-16414
"From Here to Eternity" altered from Jones's original novel
Los Angeles photographer's home raided by police
Ai Qing, Chinese poet
Anna Akhmatova, Russian poet
Henri Alleg, French critic of Algerian occupation
Jorge Amado, Brazilian Communist writer
Amos 'n' Andy, NAACP pressures CBS to cancel program
Thodoros Angelopoulos, Greek filmmaker
Guillaume Apollinaire, French author, Les Onze Mille Verges
Reinaldo Arenas, exiled Cuban writer
Gabriel Aresti, Basque poet
Aleksandr Askoldov, "The Commissar"
Juan Antonio Bardem, Spanish film director, writer, actor
'Abd Al-Wahhab Al-Bayati, Iraqi poet
Samuel Beckett, Irish novelist and dramacist
Brendan Behan, Irish writer and playwright, Borstal Boy
Bernardo Bertolucci, Last Tango in Paris, Italy
Mongo Beti, Cameroonian write, France and Cameroon
Herbert J. Biberman, American director, Salt of the Earth
East Germany, Wolf Biermann, German poet and songwriter
Steve Bantu Biko, South African Political Activist
Judy Blume, American writer for adolescents
Enid Blyton, British children's book writer
Edward Bond's play "Saved"
Augosto Boal, an exiled Brazilian playwright
British Historian Charles Boxer
The New History of Brazil
Andre Brink's novel Looking on Darkness
Argentine pianist Miguel Angel Estrella
South African poet Breyten Breytenbach
South African poet Dennis Brutus
Russian poet Joseph Brodsky
Brazilian musician Chico Buarque de Hollanda
American beat writer William S. Burroughs
Chinese physicist and free speech activist Fang Lizhi
Somalian writer Nuruddin Farah
Chinese academic advocate Fei Xiaotong
Federico Fellini's film "La Dolce Vita"
Chinese poet Feng Xuefeng
Director of "Los Chicos" Marco Ferreri
Louise Fitzhugh's Harriet the Spy
University of Tennessee Mural Covered Up
Scarfe's political cartoons removed from gallery
Tropicalia Revolutionary Movement in Brazil
Pete Seeger concert head in high school auditorium despite objections from the school board
Censorship of dictionaries
John Cleland's novel "Memoir of a Woman of Pleasure" censored for two centuries around the world
Alex Comfort's sex manual "The Joy of Sex" censored in Ireland
Gerard Damiano's Film "Deep Throat" charged as obscene by US Courts
Blaga Dimitrova: Bulgarian poet, novelist, essayist, and playwright
Ding Ling: Chinese novelist and editor
Drumming censored in Yorubaland, Nigeria
Rainer Werner Fassbinder's play "The Garbage, the City, and Death" censored in Germany
Federico Fellini's film "La Dolce Vita" censored by Catholic Church
Czech social comedy "The Firemen's Ball" censored
Zairean singer and composer Franco censored
Eduardo Galeano: Anti-censorship activist and historian
Spanish film director Luis Garcia Berlanga censored under Franco
Nazi campaign against degenerate art
American poet Allen Ginsberg
Nadine Gordimer Fights Censorship
Argentine journalist Andrew Graham-Yooll Faces Censorship From a Series of Dictatorships
Antonio Gramsci, Italian political thinker and activist, censored by Fascists and Communists
George Grosz: German Caricaturist
Musical "Hair" Faces Censorship Around the World
Documentary on African revolutions cut and restricted to promote apartheid
Miklós Jancsó's "The Round Up"
Czech government frames singer
Stanley Kubrick's "Lolita"
Stanley Kubrick's "Clockwork Orange" banned in Britain
Milan Kundera's "The Joke"
Poetry of Reiner Kunze
Li Jiantong's biography of Liu Zhidan
The music of Gyorgy Ligeti
Dusan Makavejev's "W.R.: Mysteries of the Organism"
The assassination of Georgi Markov
French film commision bans Chris Marker's controversial film on Cuba under the regime of Fidel Castro
Peter Matthiessen's book "In the Spirit of Crazy Horse" called under question by US governor and FBI officials
Jiri Menzel's "Skylarks on a String"
Anti-Spain play banned after Spain threats to sevar all relations with England
Famed dramatist, Arthur Miller, censored and attacked for allegedly criticizing McCarthyism
Henry Miller's novels censored and banned in US due to their sexuall explicitly content
The Marqius de Sade
Previously Censored Mongolian Modern Art Triumphs in New Exhibition at Ulan Baatar
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