Patricia Bartlett (right) became a household name during the 1970s and 1980s as a highly visible spokesperson for the Society for the Promotion of Community Standards. Bartlett assiduously sought to uphold New Zealanders' virtue by chasing down sexually explicit material and declaring it obscene. She had a few wins. Here she and Internal Affairs Minister Graeme Lee survey a collection of banned pornographic videos handed in during an official amnesty in 1993.
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