List of Feminist Rhetoricians - Margaret Sanger

Margaret Sanger

(1879–1966) Sanger was a women's activist in regard to birth control. She was the founder of what is now Planned Parenthood (originally called the American Birth Control League).

  • "Letter to the Readers of The Woman Rebel" (1914)

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    When she asked him about birth control, he sat down beside her and talked for half an hour about what a great woman Margaret Sanger was and how birthcontrol was the greatest single blessing to mankind since the invention of fire.
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