September 1952
Ebony;Sep1952, Vol. 7 Issue 11, p106
The article deals with the use of a character guidance (CG) approach to control the increasing number of members of the U.S. Armed Forces who were affected by venereal disease (VD). It mentions that the program uses a set of four booklets which contain information on different topics like morality, obedience, prejudice and honor. The author states that some sections of the book do not condemn sex but instead the chapters list the unfavorable aspects of sex.


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