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Study Guide My Fight for Birth Control Margaret Sanger (1931) 1.Sanger writes, “Early in the year 1912, I came to a sudden realization that my work as a nurse and my activities in social service were entirely palliative and consequently futile and useless to relieve the misery I saw all about me” What does she mean by this claim? How does this statement recall some of the sentiments of Marx? 2.How does the story of Mrs. Sacks affect Sanger? Why does it affect her so? What conclusions does Sanger derive from it?
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Unformatted text preview: 3.The doctor replied to Mrs. Sackss question about how she can avoid getting pregnant, oh ho! You want your cake while you eat it too, do you? What is he assuming about sex and gender? 4.According to Sanger, to what problem is birth control a solution? How does her version of birth control square with understandings of birth control today? 5.What, if anything, does Sangers piece add to Marxs analysis of the proletariat?...
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