Margaret Sanger Essay

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Paragraph 1: Margaret Sanger was the nation’s most important birth control supporter in the early twelfth century. She also committed her life to legalizing birth control and making it available for women all over. Sanger vulgarized the term “birth control”, opened the first birth control clinic into the United States, and established organizations that evolved into Planned Parenthood. (Jody)
Paragraph 2: In 1924, the title red-string used to open Band-Aid. Brand Adhesive Bandages wrappers makes its first appearance. In a world full of cuts, scrapes, and blisters, it seems hard to imagine life without those little adhesive bandages. Earle sat down and prepared some ready-made bandages by placing squares of cotton gauze at intervals along the
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Yet, the first great pharmaceutical discovery of the 1920s addressed not an infectious disease but a physiological disorder. (Holley)
Paragraph 5: Penicillin was rediscovered in 1928 by Scottish scientist Alexander Fleming, who noticed a halo of inhibition of bacterial growth around a contaminant blue-green mold on a Staphylococcus culture. Fleming concluded that the mold was releasing a substance that was inhibiting bacterial growth. He grew a pure culture and discovered that the fungus was Penicillium notatum, he later named the bacterial inhibiting substance penicillium after the Penicillium notatum that released it. (Jody)
Paragraph 6: In our group we have decided that the single most important thing that happened in our decade was when Margret Sanger was the Nation’s most important birth control supporter in the early twelfth century. She was the most important because she had committed her life to make sure that all women had the availability to make a smart and informed decision on birth control. Also she helped to establish the first Planned Parenthood in the United States.
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