Woman and the new race (Google eBook)

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Brentano's, 1920 - 234 pages
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Page 174 - Wives, submit to your husbands as to the Lord. For the husband is the head of the wife as Christ is the head of the church, his body, of which he is the Savior.
Page 145 - Hitherto it is questionable if all the mechanical inventions yet made have lightened the day's toil of any human being. They have enabled a greater population to live the same life of drudgeiy and imprisonment, and an increased number of manufacturers and others to make fortunes.
Page 220 - An article or instrument, used or applied by physicians lawfully practicing, or by their direction or prescription, for the cure or prevention of disease, is not an article of indecent or immoral nature or use, within this chapter.
Page 232 - How narrow, how pitifully puny has become motherhood in its chains! The modern motherhood enfolds one or two adoring children of its own blood, and cherishes, protects and loves them. It does not reach out to all children. When motherhood is a high privilege, not a sordid, slavish requirement, it will encircle all. Its deep, passionate intensity will overflow the limits of blood relationship. Its beauty will shine upon all, for its beauty is of the soul, whose power of enfoldment is unbounded. When...
Page 93 - THE problem of birth control has arisen directly from the effort of the feminine spirit to free itself from bondage. Woman herself has wrought that bondage through her reproductive powers and while enslaving herself has enslaved the world. The physical suffering to be relieved is chiefly woman's. Hers, too, is the love life that dies first under the blight of too prolific breeding. Within her is wrapped up the future of the race it is hers to make or mar.
Page 94 - The basic freedom of the world is woman's freedom. A free race cannot be born of slave mothers. A woman enchained cannot choose but give a measure of that bondage to her sons and daughters. No woman can call herself free who does not own and control her body. No woman can call herself free until she can choose consciously whether she will or will not be a mother.
Page 159 - There is no exception to the rule that every organic being naturally increases at so high a rate that, if not destroyed, the earth would soon be covered by the progeny of a single pair.
Page 5 - They are determined to decide ' for themselves whether they shall become mothers, under what conditions and when. This is the fundamental revolt referred to. It is for woman the key to the temple of liberty. Even as birth control is the means by which woman attains basic freedom, so it is the means by which she must and will uproot the evil she has wrought through her submission.
Page 173 - But I say to the unmarried, and to the widows : It is good for them if they so continue, even as I. 9 But if they do not contain themselves, let them marry. For it is better to marry than to be burnt.
Page 221 - This exception in behalf of physicians does not permit advertisements regarding such matters, nor promiscuous advice to patients irrespective of their condition, but it is broad enough to protect the physician who in good faith gives such help or advice to a married person to cure or prevent disease.

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10. Contraceptives or Abortion? Sanger, Margaret. 1920. Woman and ...
10. Contraceptives or Abortion? Sanger, Margaret. 1920. Woman and the New Race. ... Woman and the New Race. 1920. X. Contraceptives or Abortion? ...
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Woman and the New Race Index
WOMAN AND THE NEW RACE. BY. MARGARET SANGER. [1920]. Contents Start Reading. Margaret Sanger wrote this book in 1920 at the high water mark of the first ...
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Woman and the New Race. Margaret Sanger 1920 - ch12
Woman and the New Race. ... Woman and the New Race. XII. Will Birth Control Help The Cause Of Labor? First Published: Brentano's, New York, 1920; ...
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JSTOR: Woman and the New Race.
REVIEWS 635 Woman and the New Race. By MARGARET SANGER. New York: Brentano, 1920. Pp. 234. $2.00. It is hard to see how Havelock Ellis could have written ...
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Woman and the New Race by Margaret Sanger at Questia Online Library
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Woman and the New Race by Margaret Sanger - Project Gutenberg
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Woman and the New Race
Woman and the New Race. by Margaret Sanger. The original volume was dedicated to Margaret Sanger's mother:. Dedicated to the Memory of My Mother, ...
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Margaret Sanger - Wikiquote
1.1 Woman and the New Race; 1.2 The Pivot of Civilization; 1.3 Margaret Sanger: An Autobiography; 1.4 Birth Control Review; 1.5 Other published sources ...
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The Association for Interdisciplinary Research in Values and ...
We see in Sanger's 1920 book Woman and the New Race that, underlying Sanger's promotion of birth control, was her understanding of what she called the "sex ...
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Doug's Blog: The Most Dangerous Woman of the 20th Century
Reprinted in Woman and the New Race. New York: Brentanos Publishers, 1922. Sanger Attempted to Use Christianity to Manipulate the Very Black Americans She ...
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