Good Behaviour

This week: who decides what good behaviour looks like, and what happens when the government tries to tell us what good behaviour is? We’ll take a look at the Advisory Board on Objectionable Publications. From 1954-1973, it encouraged parents and distributors from letting kids read comic books, over fears the graphic stories would corrupt their young minds. And we’ll talk to writer and illustrator Meags Fitzgerald about her new graphic memoir Long Red Hair, and her struggles to be true to herself growing up.

This episode first aired on October 14, 2015.

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