Writer: W. D. Sprague
Title: Sexual Rebellion in the Sixties
Place of Publication: New York
Publisher: Lancer Books
Year of Publication: 1965
Format: 108x179mm (trimmed)
Binding: Paperback in duotone printed wraps
Original Price: USD 0.60
Entry No.: 2012038
Entry Date: 29th November 2012
There is an immense gulf separating the theory of a sexual morality code and the behavior of the human beings who supposedly live under it. The difference between theory and reality is often as great as the difference between night and day. Adultery and homosexuality, sadism and wife-swapping are but a few examples of the corruption and deviation that lurk behind the thin veneer of modern civilization.
In this book, W. D. Sprague, Ph.D., Associate Director of the Psychoanalytical Assistance Foundation and author of such important books as Patterns of Adultery and Sexual Behavior of American Nurses explores and illustrates the patterns of vice in our small towns, big cities, sprawling suburbs- and among the rootless gentry of the affluent “jet set”. He casts new light on forces that threaten to corrode the foudnations of our entire society.