Birth Control In The 1920's

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In the 1920s, birth control was a very significant issue that led to the controversial debate between Winter Russell and Margaret Sanger. Most people believed that Planned Parenthood caused the decline of population in human race. Many viewed it harmful to human being’s welfare. Sanger’s debate about birth control was to stand for the entitlement of women to access birth control. Today in our society, birth control plays a big role in our lives. It gives women the power to make a decision when or whether to get pregnant. Growing up, Margaret experienced hardships that influenced her to be a strong advocate of birth control methods that she became. Working at an early age and being one of the 11 children of an Irish immigrant family, living
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