Scarce first edition paperback of Whitehouse's first book. A somewhat infamous campaigner against what she percieved to be the moral degredation of moral society. While she was eventually awarded a CBE for her efforts, ultimately Whitehouse made little difference to the changing times. She was noted for her in-depth reviewing of all salacious material, which some contemporaries (cataloguer's grandfather) questioned the necessity of. She initially became a public figure via the Clean-Up TV pressure group, established the same year the Watershed was introduced - 1964.
Whitehouse, Mary. Cleaning Up TV.
From Protest to Participation. Blandford Press Ltd, London, 1967. First paperback edition, octavo. Black, red and white card wraos with author's portrait to rear. Wraps toned and scuffed, with consistent edge-wear.