Titolo: THE WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC
Casa editrice: HALDEMAN - JULIUS PUBLICATIONS, GIRARD, KS
Legatura: STIFF PAPER PRINTED WRAPPERS
Condizione libro: FINE CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: NO DUST JACKET AS ISSUED
Edizione: FIRST EDITION.
Tipologia articolo: BOOKLET
32 PAGES. BROWN COLOR STIFF PAPER PRINTED WRAPPERS. LITTLE BLUE BOOK NO. 1709. EDITED BY E. HALDEMAN - JULIUS. THERE IS NO PUBLICATION DATE LISTED BUT THE TEXT IN THE BOOKLET ALLUDES TO EVENTS THAT OCCURED IN 1926. THEREFORE, THE BOOKLET WAS PUBLISHED SOMETIME AFTER 1926. THE CONTENTS ARE A SCHOLARY DISSERTATION ON THE DEFINITION OF PROSTITUTION, MALE AND FEMALE, AND A HISTORY OF ITS ORIGINS THAT DATES BACK TO THE ORIGINS OF HUMANITY. THE PRACTICE AND TRADE OF " WHITE SLAVERY" IS DISCUSSED. ACCORDING TO THE AUTHOR, THE TERM WHITE SLAVERY ORIGINATED IN FRENCH PUBLICATIONS IN 1764. THE INTERNATIONAL ASPECT OF WHITE SLAVERY IS EXPLORED. THE BOOKLET DISCUSSES PROSTITUTION IN VARIOUS CULTURES AND TIME PERIODS, INCLUDING AS PROSTITUTION IS RELATED TO CHRITIANITY, AFRICAN AMERICANS AND THE GAY COMMUNITY. Size: 3 3/8" X 5". Codice inventario libreria 002566
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