The Autobiography of Margaret Sanger

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Dover Publications, May 11, 2004 - Social Science - 512 pages
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A pioneer in the battle to establish birth control as a basic human right and a founder of the International Planned Parenthood Federation, Sanger — a nurse who witnessed first-hand the devastating effects of unwanted pregancy — triumphed over arrest, indictment, and exile. Her autobiography is a classic of women's studies.

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Very good book on the life of a remarkable woman. She lead a forbidding,daringl life at a time when woman were property and not to think for themselves.She was ahead of her time. If you are interested in woman's rights over her own life and body,this is a good book to start with. Read full review

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She didn't write well and lets face it she was a full blown racists who was excited to orgasm the idea of eugenics, but: She was a fearless warrior for family planning and contraception. She ... Read full review

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