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Many producers of sensationalistic low-budget films of the 1930s and 1940s attempted to achieve box-office success by exploiting a current trend or niche genre, or simply the public’s unacknowledged desire for lurid subject matter. They evaded the strict censorship of the era by claiming their films were intended to be educational. The movies were often cautionary tales in which All-American kids (and occasionally naive adults) are dragged into a cesspool of sin and degradation by engaging in crime, premarital sex, jazz music, provocative wardrobe choices, and/or the use of illicit substances - especially the “highly addictive” marijuana.
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Celebrate the artful arrangement of words all month long by browsing our extensive online collection of poetry. From new poets to world-renowned authors, you'll find poetry discussions, author interviews and poetry readings from Poet Laureate Jason Magabo Perez, N. Scott Momaday, Billy Collins, Nikki Giovanni, Sunni Patterson, Jane Hirshfield, and many others.
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