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A Practical Guide to Birth Control 1950, Sexual liberation in the 1950s

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Sexual liberation in the 1950s, A classic on birth control practices from early 20th century.
By Eustace Chesser (formerly Isaac Chesarkie) (1902–1973), a Scottish psychiatrist, social reformer and sexual liberator in mid 20th century. He was born in Edinburgh to Russian immigrants and attended George Watson's College. He received his medical degree from the University of Edinburgh.[1] In 1940 he published a sex manual entitled Love Without Fear. It sold 5,000 copies but it was withdrawn, and Chesser was arrested for obscenity. Rather than pleading guilty and accepting a fine, Chesser chose to be tried by jury. 
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