Table of contents for Howl on trial : the battle for free expression / edited by Bill Morgan and Nancy J. Peters.

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Editing and Defending Howl by Lawrence Ferlinghetti
Allen Ginsberg's Howl: a Chronology by Bill Morgan
Censorship Milestones by Nancy J. Peters
"Howl" by Allen Ginsberg
The Howl Letters, edited by Bill Morgan
The Trial: Press Response
Iron Curtain on the Embarcadero by Abe Mellinkoff
Letters to the San Francisco Chronicle
Ferlinghetti Defends Howl
Orwell's Big Brother Is Watching Us by William Hogan
"Trade Winds" by John G. Fuller
Excerpts from the Trial Testimony
Judge Clayton M. Horn's Decision
How Captain Hanrahan Made Howl a Best-Seller by David Perlman
Ginsberg Howls Again [Ginsberg's Letter to the San Francisco Chronicle]
Fifty Years of City Lights by Albert M. Bendich
The Censorship Battle Continues by Bill Morgan

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-1997. Howl.
Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-1997 -- Censorship.
Censorship -- United States -- History.
Trials (Obscenity) -- California -- San Francisco.