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Despite its appeal to middle-class readers eager for tales of sexual excess, the press and prominent intellectuals criticized A New Conscience and an Ancient Evil for being more hysterical than philosophical. Katherine Joslin's introduction considers the controversy that the book created; she also details Addams's skillful negotiations with publishers. In addition, behind the sensationalism of the narratives, Joslin locates themes that include the commodification of sex and the importance of marriage for young women.
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|2||As Indicated by Recent Legal Enactments||9|
|3||As Indicated by the Amelioration of Economic Conditions||26|
|4||As Indicated by the Moral Education and Legal Protection of Children||45|
|5||As Indicated by Philanthropic Rescue and Prevention||64|
|6||As indicated by Increased Social Control||82|
Posted September 5, 2011
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