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8 pages (2007/1919); 136KB downloadWOWIO Books
; ISBN: WOWIO-00293
Margaret Sanger was a pioneer of the birth control movement in the early 20th century. As a young woman, Sanger watched her mother's health slowly deteriorate after having eleven children. Also a staunch advocate of free speech she worked tirelessly to disseminate knowledge about contraception, which at the time was taboo. After World War II, she became the first president of the International Planned Parenthood Federation. This article first appeared in Birth Control Review in 1919.