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5. birth control - Margaret Sanger, The Morality of Birth...

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Margaret Sanger, “The Morality of Birth Control” (1921) Margaret Sanger was a world-renowned activist for scientific contraception, family planning, and population control. As a child of eleven, Sanger was sure that her mother’s death was a result of health ignorance. Later, she joined the socialist party and began studying more on birth control. Sanger was convinced that overpopulation was the source of poverty and was the first person to use the term ‘birth control’. She was arrested a couple of times and later launched the Birth Control Review . She and her friends also opened clinical research bureaus to gather medical histories and dispense birth control information in New York City and Chicago. She was most famous for her campaigns for birth control. The article was documenting a meeting discussing overpopulation and birth control. Sanger believes that birth control is the answer to the overpopulation and questions if it is the enemy of world peace. She believes that birth control should be
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