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From The Boston Globe, March 14, 1986
"A quiet revolution may reflect the [United States] changing social mores the way the boom on Wall Street reflects the rapidly improving economy.
"Three large chain stores in the mid-Atlantic states have decided to remove all 'adult' and 'sophisticated' magazines from their shelves .
"A steady stream of criticism from customers .... has accomplished more than all of the demonstrations and proposed laws to curb pornography put together."
Copyright © 1986 Los Angeles Times Syndicate. Reprinted with permission.
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