Birthcontrol And The Work Of Margaret Sanger

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An early form of the birth control pill, which Margaret Sanger advocated, was also in existence in the very late 1800's (Birth Control in America). Contraception was considered an ethical issue, in that the majority of Americans believed it was a form of abortion and therefor it was considered amoral (Birth Control in America)...
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The laws of Sanger's day "...forced women into celibacy on one hand, or abortion on the other" (Sanger B 3). Why did it take so long to spread and legalize something with the potential to better the lives and life styles of women and families in the early 1900's? It could be partially attributed to the attitude of politicians of the time...
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