A history of the birth control movement in America /

A History of the Birth Control Movement in America tells the extraordinary story of a group of reformers dedicated to making contraception legal, accessible, and acceptable. This engrossing narrative details how Margaret Sanger's campaign beginning in 1914 to challenge anti obscenity laws crimi...

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Main Author: Engelman, Peter.
Language:English
Series:Healing society--disease, medicine, and history.
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Summary:A History of the Birth Control Movement in America tells the extraordinary story of a group of reformers dedicated to making contraception legal, accessible, and acceptable. This engrossing narrative details how Margaret Sanger's campaign beginning in 1914 to challenge anti obscenity laws criminalizing the distribution of contraceptive information grew into one of the most far reaching social reform movements in American history. --
Physical Description:xxiii, 231 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages [211]-220) and index.
Published: Santa Barbara, Calif. : Praeger, [2011]
ISBN:9780313365096 (hardcopy : alk. paper)
0313365091 (hardcopy : alk. paper)
9780313365102 (ebook)
0313365105 (ebook)

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