A Crisis of Innocence

Browse Items (32 total)

Sept 28th, 1949 - House of Commons.pdf
Fulton introduces Bill No. 10, an amendment to the Criminal Code addressing the publication and distribution of materials that contain violent images.

Oct 21st, 1949 - House of Commons.pdf
Continued discussion of Bill No. 10, to amend the Criminal Code.

Oct 7th, 1949 - House of Commons.pdf
Continued discussion of amending the Criminal Code to address violence depicted in comic books and magazines, and their potential to induce violence.

Oct 6th, 1949 - House of Commons.pdf
Continued debate of Bill No. 10., with an emphasis on the House's duty to support morality and family education.

Oct 4 1949.pdf
The continued debate of Bill No. 10, where Fulton makes a case for how widespread the problem of crime comics is.

December 5 1949.pdf
More discussion of Bill No. 10, focused on the difficulty in establishing a direct correlation between violence depicted in comics and their potential to cause real-life crimes.

Dec 3rd, 1949 - House of Commons.pdf
Correspondence with provincial attorneys general and others is tabled.

Dec 1st, 1949 - House of Commons.pdf
Motion for Bill No. 10 to be the first order of business attended to on December 5th.

June 14th, 1948 - House of Commons.pdf
Fulton once again brings up the matter of suppressing comic book circulation, while Ilsley presents his draft of legislation.

June 9th, 1948 - House of Commons - Fulton first introduces crime comics.pdf
Fulton first introduces crime comics.
Output Formats

atom, dc-rdf, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-xml, rss2