Joseph Fletcher, S.T.D., Professor of Social Ethics at the Episcopal Theology School, Cambridge, Mass., and author of the controversial book "Situation Ethics: The New Morality," gives a talk entitled "The Ethics of Sexual Freedom" at the "The Pill and the Puritan Ethic" symposium held in San Francisco on February 11, 1967. He talks on the movement for sexual expression in the United States. Includes a question-and-answer session after the lecture. Episode 3 in a series of 8.
Sponsoring the symposium were: the Faculty Program Center of San Francisco State College, the Presbyterian Medical Center, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists--California Section, and Planned Parenthood-World Population League of San Francisco.
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