Learn how and when to remove this template message Cover of an undated American edition of Fanny Hill , ca. The bathing party; La baignade The sale and distribution of obscene materials had been prohibited in most American states since the early 19th century, and by federal law since Adoption of obscenity laws in the United States at the federal level in was largely due to the efforts of Anthony Comstock , who created and led the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice. Comstock's intense lobbying led to the passage of an anti-obscenity statute known as the Comstock Act which made it a crime to distribute "obscene" material through the post. It also prohibited the use of the mail for distribution of birth control devices and information. Comstock was appointed postal inspector to enforce the new law.
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