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No final version found. Last page(s) missing.
Draft of Sanger acceptance of the American Woman's Asssociation medal. Handwritten additon and changes by Sanger. For the final version see Address at the American Women'sAssociation, Apr. 20, 1932.
Sanger gave testimony on behalf of the National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control before the Senate Judiciary Committee in support of S. 1842. The following excerpt includes only Margaret Sanger's testimony and the questions she…
No final version was found. This speech may have been written for the American Conference on Birth Control and National Recovery, held in Washington, DC on Jan. 15-17, 1934.
For an earlier version, possibly drafted by Florence Rose, see Margaret Sanger Papers Microfilm, Library of Congress, LCM 8:721.
This letter to the editor of the Jefferson County Union of Fort Atkinson, WI is preceded by an editorial indicating that Sanger is an important "scout in looking out forthe rights of the ppor, abused women." It suggests that Sanger's letter should be…
For two versions of Sanger's welcome address at this conference, see Birth Control and National Recovery and Address of Welcome, both Jan. 15, 1934.
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