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Comments on Senate Testimony on S. 4436
For Sanger's testimony, see Testimony Before the United States Senate on Senate Bill 4436, May 12, 1932.
Testimony before the United States Senate on Senate Bill 4436, 24 June 1932.
S4436 was a bill to "amend Section 305(A) of the Tariff Act of 1930, and Sections 211, 245, and 312 of the Criminal Code as Amended." This excerpt from the complete hearings includes only Margaret Sanger's testimony and questions put to her. For…
Americans are Headline Thinkers
This speech was delivered at the Baltimore Open Forum on January 3, 1926. This version may have been a press release.
[Notes on History of Birth Control]
For the essay published in the 1933 volume, see "Birth Control," 1933.
"Birth Control, 1942
For an earlier draft, see Margaret Sanger Papers Microfilm, Library of Congress, LCM 129:94; for identical versions, see LCM 129:098B and 129:101.
A Program of Contraceptive Research
["Shall the Citizens of Boston be Allowed to Discuss Changing Their Laws?"]
Sanger gave this speech at the Community Church, along with James F. Landis and Clarence R. Skinner. The MSPP editors have omitted questions not addressed to Sanger. For a…