The Case for Birth Control

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Modern art printing Company, 1917 - Birth control - 251 pages
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Written by America's leading birth control activist,The Case for Birth Control is Margaret Sanger's most influential work. Sanger would go on to popularize the term "birth control" and open the first birth control clinic in the United States.

 

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While Sanger may have been deep within the Eugenics movement and therefore found reason for racial purification (an unacceptable view in modern society), this is an important historical document and so should be treated as a product of its time.

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This woman is the most racist piece of trash.

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