Definition of Margaret Sanger
1. Noun. United States nurse who campaigned for birth control and planned parenthood; she challenged Gregory Pincus to develop a birth control pill (1883-1966).
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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"Indeed, Emily Taft Douglas's Margaret Sanger, Pioneer of the Future (Holt, Rinehart and Winston) published this year continues a long tradition of ..."
2. Free speech bibliography: including every discovered attitude toward the by Theodore Albert Schroeder (1922)
"Sanger, Margaret H. TS Case for birth control; a supplementary brief and statement of facts, prepared by Margaret Sanger to aid the court in its ..."
3. Birth control (1921)
"Each advance that the world makes has to be won by fresh effort, by the efforts of those who see ahead, as Mrs. Margaret Sanger has done and who devote ..."
4. Sex Searchlights and Sane Sex Ethics: An Anthology of Sex Knowledge by Lee Alexander Stone (1922)
"Margaret Sanger It is ... We all recognize the right of Margaret Sanger to speak on these matters with authority. ..."
5. The Singing Flame by Harold Hersey (1917)
"You hear of her Margaret Sanger I. Slashing, tearing at the dull conventions. You picture a brawny creature of gaunt, heavy limbs Who swings like some ..."
6. Uncontrolled Breeding: Or, Fecundity Versus Civilization; a Contribution to by Charles Kay Ogden, Adelyne More (1917)
"The prosecution of Margaret Sanger here referred to threatened to repeat in the New World what this country experienced in the seventies. ..."
7. Pioneers of Birth Control in England and America by Victor Robinson (1919)
"After her release, Margaret Sanger founded the Birth Control Review^ "dedicated ... The American Government's indictment of Margaret Sanger can never equal ..."
8. The Social Hygiene Bulletin by American Social Hygiene Association (1922)
"By Margaret Sanger. New York: Brentano, 1920. 234 p. In this book the author deals with a subject which lies as yet in the field of vigorous controversy, ..."