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This Month In... 1960

Anniversaries that have made history

LADY CHATTERLEY’S LOVER CAUSES A MORAL STORM

Penguin Books wins landmark trial to publish ‘obscene’ novel

On 2 November 1960, after a sixday trial, British publishing house Penguin Books was found ‘not guilty’ under the Obscene Publications Act for its printing of Lady Chatterley’s Lover. The landmark ruling had a significant impact on the publishing world, paving the way for greater freedom of the written word.

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