Margaret Sanger – Women and the New Race (1920) Primary Source Analysis Activity

Birth Control Review, November, 1923.

Birth Control Review, November, 1923.

Margaret Sanger was a leading advocate for women’s birth control. In her book, Women and the New Race (1920), Ms. Sanger argues for women’s birth control as an integral part of women’s freedoms and civil rights. This post includes a primary source excerpt from Women and the New Race.

Click on the link below to download the primary source excerpt and short essay prompt:

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box-model-analysis – optional analysis form

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