TRAFFIC IN INNOCENTS: The Shocking Story of White Slavery in England.
Edition: First paperback printing.
New York: Bantam, (1961.). First edition - F2201, cover price 50c. The cover blares "The shocking facts about the flesh markets of Europe: a story of lust and moral depravity unequalled in civilized times" but this is actually a fairly serious, if dramatic, account of the traffic in young women which flourished in Victorian England, including the work of the rescuers - women like Josephine Butler - and of government hearings. Bibliography, index. 199 pp.
Condition: Very near fine (previous owner's name inside front cover.)
Book ID: 31149
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