Margaret Sanger: A Quest for Birth Control Analytical Essay by Jenn Coleman

Margaret Sanger: A Quest for Birth Control
This essay discusses both the positive and negative aspects of Margaret Sanger's work educating women about contraception.
# 3647 | 1,510 words | 8 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Feb 14, 2003 in Women Studies (Historical Figures) , Hot Topics (Birth Control)


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This paper examines the controversial life and work of Margaret Sanger, and her drive to provide women with an education regarding birth control. The author discusses Sanger's views on pregnancy, contraception, and the early beginnings of planned parenthood.

From the Paper:

"The early twentieth century was a revolutionary turning point in American history. This was especially true regarding woman and their rights. During this time period, there was a tremendous amount of human suffering. Those who endured much of this were women. Although there were many women who made their mark on history during this time period, Margaret Sanger was among the most influential, yet controversial women of her time. Her work in creating what is today known as Planned Parenthood, and her avocations to legalize birth control, remain a controversy to this day. "

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Margaret Sanger: A Quest for Birth Control (2003, February 14) Retrieved October 18, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/margaret-sanger-a-quest-for-birth-control-3647/

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