Citizens for Decent Literature
It was later renamed a number of times, the best known of which names was Citizens for Decency through Law.
It would grow to 300 chapters and 100,000 members nationwide and become the largest anti-pornography organization in the nation. Over the following 20 years the organization mailed some 40 million letters on behalf of its position and had filed amicus curiae briefs.
Under the name Citizens for Decency through Law, the CDL was still active as of 2002, although it did not have a website.
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- Bronson, Peter (2006-02-07). "Keating asks hometown to hear his side" (fee required). The Cincinnati Enquirer.
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- National Organization for Decent Literature
- Churchmen's Committee for Decent Publications
- National Legion of Decency
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