1930: Mickey Mouse, Censored New York Times (The Nazis found him even more offensive: âDown with Mickey Mouse! Wear the Swastika Cross!â) Ohio's objection was more prudish. âThe Shindigâ showed Clarabelle Cow surreptitiously reading a copy of âThree Weeks,â an erotic novel (by 1907 standards) ...
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