Margaret Sanger an Autobiography

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 508 pages
Margaret Sanger was the founder of the birth control movement in the United States. A trained nurse by profession she founded a magazine on birth control as well as the first birth control clinic in the U.S. located in Brooklyn. She organized the first World Population Conference and was the first president of the International Planned Parenthood Federation. This is her fascinating story.

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I am 67 years old and used to collect old books. I read Sanger. She DID consider the black race inferior, but that was not unusual in those "primitive" days. She was in fave (personal reading of her own works) in selective abortion and decreasing the number of "Negro" babies. This is just fact. Read books BY HER, not just ABOUT her. The latter celebrate her for helping get birth control normalized-that is a good thing. Genocide is not. 

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She was also a racist

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