Paperback first edition published by Blond & Briggs in 1971 in good condition with slight tear to top of spine, slight scuffing to cover, slight yellowing from age to the pages.
The OZ trial was the longest obscenity trial in history. It was also one of the worst reported. With minor exceptions, the Press chose to rewrite what had occurred, presumably to fit in with what seemed to them the acceptable prejudices of the times. Perhaps this was inevitable. The proceedings dragged on for nearly six weeks in the hot summer of 1971 when there were, no doubt, a great many other events more worthy of attention.