Thursday, May 26, 2011

From New Oxford Review: Margaret Sanger & 'The New Woman'

Margaret Sanger, birth control advocate, and h...

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Margaret Sanger's 'New Woman'

The founder of Planned Parenthood saw herself as "The New Woman," one emancipated from traditional religion and morality.


In the 1930s Catholics also gave prophetic warning that if Margaret Sanger and her Birth Control League had their way, the floodgates of pornography would be opened and abortion would soon be legalized. A generation before Roe v. Wade, they could see that legalized abortion was around the corner once easy access to birth control made immorality rampant.

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