Churchmen's Committee for Decent Publications

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Churchmen's Committee for Decent Publications
Purposeanti-pornography
HeadquartersUnited States

The Churchmen's Committee for Decent Publications was a Protestant pro-censorship, anti-pornography advocacy group in the United States. [1] It was a contemporary of the Roman Catholic National Organization for Decent Literature and the National Legion of Decency. [1]

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  1. 1 2 "Religion: Obscenity & Morals". Time. May 16, 1960. ISSN   0040-781X . Retrieved 2010-07-23.