Edited by V. F. Calverton and Samuel D. Schmalhausen. With an introduction by Bertrand Russell. Cloth. Price, $5. Pp. 717, with illustrations. New York: Macaulay Company, 1930.
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This is the second presentation by these editors of a collection of essays dealing with the changing point of view relative to morals, particularly as they affect the marital state. The contributions to this volume include all of those names that have become prominent in the field of psychology and sociology. The one question that arises in the mind of the critic is whether or not it is wise to distribute for general reading to a popular audience such discussions of sex perversion as this volume makes available. The essays are all of interest, although many of the authors are unnecessarily verbose.
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