Margaret Sanger

Margaret Sanger: an autobiography

This is memoir of the famous American birth control activist with a goal to promote her main cause — the fight for birth control. Sanger speaks of her experiences in New York and all around the world seeing the state of the poor and practicing nursing. She disapproved abortion and preferred to help women gain control of their lives with birth control and she tried to develop a professional medical procedure for distributing it. Sanger dedicated herself to the cause of birth control and she spent her life desperately trying to educate women.
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