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"'Woman Rebel' Tells of Need for Birth Control"
Sanger spoke on her efforts for birth control," at Denver's Marble Hall on May 28, 1916. For drafts of the texts Sanger used during her American speaking tour in 1916, see "Birth Control (Chicago Address on Women)," "Birth Control and Society,"…
"'Police Can't Stop Me,' Says Margaret Sanger"
For other New York Call articles on the clinic, see Oct. 20,1916. Also see New York Tribune,, Oct. 24, 1916 and Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Oct. 22 and Oct. 24, 1916.
[Milwaukee Open Forum Speech Notes]
Sanger used these notes for a speech she gave to the Milwaukee, WI Open Forum on November 6, 1923.
For the essay published in the 1933 volume, see "Birth Control," 1933.