Mary Whitehouse – “Who Does She Think She Is?” (NEL, Jan. 1972)
No critic of television has ever been more widely read, criticised and talked about than Mary Whitehouse.
In this book she recounts the experiences which have come to someone who is prepared to set no limit upon their commitment to society.
Anyone who is concerned about the importance of individual freedom and who cares about problems of social and sexual morality must read this revealing book.
Malcolm Muggeridge says of Mrs. Whitehouse . . . “She is one of the remarkable women of our time, and this account of herself provides an opportunity to know and understand her better.”