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Over at Reason, Debbie Nathan has a fascinating review of How Sex Became A Civil Liberty, a new history of the ACLU’s focus on sex by Leigh Ann Wheeler. Any book that discusses both civil liberties and sex is one I want to read: …she has assembled a story about men and women working through […]
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