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Woman and the New Race

By: Margaret Sanger
Narrated by: Nelle Watters
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Margaret Sanger was an American sex educator and birth control activist. Woman and the New Race argues for the legality of birth control, which was closely tied to the labor and the Eugenics movements. Sanger believed that birth control would free women from the bondage of forced motherhood.

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Offers a clear view of early Eugenics

As the founder of planned parenthood, and often the champion of the Left, Sanger reiterates the need to control population growth, which is so often abandoned from pro-choice activists. I found this book refreshing, and even as a pro-life individual, I was convinced that in order to bring about the best social outcomes for society, and for women particularly, there is a need to reduce the burgeoning population of those on the bottom of the socio-economic ladder.

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