The Erotic Revolution: An Affirmative View of the New Morality  

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The Erotic Revolution: An Affirmative View of the New Morality (1965) is a book by Lawrence Lipton.

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"The history of this process of diabolization and restoration is dealt with in well documented detail by Jean Seznac [sic] in The Survival of the Pagan Gods, (Harper Torchbooks), a book which has become a classic of its kind."

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