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ISBN:
1434639495
Author:
Margaret Sanger
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
BiblioBazaar (July 13, 2007)
Pages:
144 pages
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1973 kb
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The other flaw is that Woman and the New Race is a little bit racist Mrs. Sanger considers this a travesty, which brings us to an interesting historical tidbit: Margaret Sanger.

The other flaw is that Woman and the New Race is a little bit racist. Mrs. Sanger begins the book with a chronicle of societys' use of abortion and infantacide, beginning with the savage races, moving up to the barbarians (who are better than savages), then the historical Europeans, and ending with the estimated million abortions in America today (. Sanger considers this a travesty, which brings us to an interesting historical tidbit: Margaret Sanger was, by our definition, pro-life.

This book gives you the inner workings of the mind of Margaret Sanger and her viewpoints about sexuality and children in families. One person found this helpful.

Only 17 left in stock (more on the way). This book gives you the inner workings of the mind of Margaret Sanger and her viewpoints about sexuality and children in families.

Home Browse Books Book details, Woman and the New Race. The Woman movement appeared as an at first neglected by-product of the French Revolution with its impulses of general human expansion, of freedom and of equality. Woman and the New Race. Read FREE! Woman and the New Race. Since then, as we know, these two movements have each had a great and vigorous career which is still far from completed. On the whole they have moved independently along separate lines, and have at times seemed indeed almost hostile to each other.

Margaret Higgins Sanger (born Margaret Louise Higgins, September 14. .Between 1920 and 1926, 567,000 copies of Woman and the New Race and The Pivot of Civilization were sold

Margaret Higgins Sanger (born Margaret Louise Higgins, September 14, 1879 – September 6, 1966, also known as Margaret Sanger Slee) was an American birth control activist, sex educator, writer, and nurse  . She was prosecuted for her book Family Limitation under the Comstock Act in 1914. Between 1920 and 1926, 567,000 copies of Woman and the New Race and The Pivot of Civilization were sold. She also wrote two autobiographies designed to promote the cause.

Out of woman's inner nature, in rebellion against these conditions, is rising the new morality. Recognition of its true nature and purpose must lift the race to spiritual freedom. Out of our growing knowledge we are evolving new and saner ideas of life in general

Out of woman's inner nature, in rebellion against these conditions, is rising the new morality. Let it be realized that this creation of new sex ideals is a challenge to the church. Being a challenge to the church, it is also, in less degree, a challenge to the state. The woman who takes a fearless stand for the incoming sex ideals must expect to be assailed by reactionaries of every kind. Out of our growing knowledge we are evolving new and saner ideas of life in general. Out of our increasing sex knowledge we shall evolve new ideals of sex. These ideals will spring from the innermost needs of women.

The chronicle of Sanger’s decades-long battle to legalize and develop information on the prevention of venereal disease and then methods of birth control, during which she endured indictment, exile and prison. Bibliographic Record Preface. New york: brentano’s, 1920 new york: bartleby. Woman’s Error and Her Debt. Women’s Struggle for Freedom.

Margaret Sanger was an American sex educator and nurse who became one of the leading birth control activists of her time, having at one point, even served jail time for importing birth control pills, then illegal, into the United States.

That is why the little book by Margaret Sanger, whose right to speak with authority on these matters we all recognize . XIV Woman and the new morality. XV Legislating woman's morals.

That is why the little book by Margaret Sanger, whose right to speak with authority on these matters we all recognize, cannot be too widely read. To the few who think, though they may here and there differ on points of detail, it is all as familiar as A. B. C. But to the millions who rule the world it is not familiar, and still less to the handful of superior persons whom the masses elect to supreme positions. Therefore, let this book be read; let it be read by every man and woman who can read. XVI Why not birth control clinics in america? XVII Progress we have made.

Margaret Higgins Sanger Slee (September 14, 1879 – September 6, 1966) was an American birth control activist and the founder of the American Birth Control League (which eventually became Planned Paren. In her drive to promote contraception and negative eugenics, Sanger remains a controversial figure. Sanger was born in Corning, New York.

With a Preface by Havelock Ellis
  • Kamuro
This is a review of the paperback version of the book sold on Amazon, not the book itself.

I ordered a paperback copy of Woman and the New Race from Amazon since it would be easy to carry and save my eyes from electronic screens for awhile. (Woman and the New Race is in the public domain and is freely available as an eBook.) However, the Dossier Press version I received is inferior in several ways: the chapter titles are missing for all but chapter 2, italics are missing (which I noticed because a passage referred to italicized text in another, when there was no italicization), and, most notably, all of chapter 13 is missing. You are probably better off just getting one of the free eBooks and printing it out yourself.
  • Sharpbrew
This book gives you the inner workings of the mind of Margaret Sanger and her viewpoints about sexuality and children in families.
  • blodrayne
She was always portrayed by mass media as a heroic. Read this, from her own pen and decide for yourself. Her ideas damaged many.
  • showtime
Modern feminists would not believe this author is their root. It was interesting in a historical perspective, and an interesting way to look at today through the eyes of the past. Margaret Sanger is not politically correct. I didn't agree with all of her writing, but some of those points she made were spot on, even today.
  • Rleillin
Learned who Margaret Sanger was
  • Gardagar
Came quickly - exactly as promised.
  • Beazerdred
Often unjustly aligned with eugenics due to its similarity in terms, this is a book of empowerment and self determination. As a male in his 60s I learned how we have short changed ourselves all in the suppression of the female spirit.
Margaret Sanger was either a dreamer or a determined social elitist. This is the second book I've read that she's authored. I am currently reading a third, Pivot of Civilization. This particular book opens with her stating that through birth control- "the world is thus remade, it will exceed the dream of statesman, reformer and revolutionist." She is definitely a woman who sees the glass as half empty and that women are the ones to blame. Page 4- "woman was also unknowingly creating slums, filling asylums with insane, and institutions with other defectives. She was replenishing the ranks of the prostitutes, furnishing grist for the criminal courts and inmates for prisons." To refer to humans in general as "grist" and "defectives" is appalling- and to overlook the good in humanity- those who helped the insane or cured the "defectives", those who invented, donated, found employment as police officers, judges, or prison guards were overlooked. She is completely misguided and naive of the "population problem" she proclaims. It is not about quantity, but quality. Families today average 2 children- yet we still have all of the horrors- if not in excess of the 1920s. We live in a time where mothers and fathers feel it necessary to both work full-time jobs- something that wasn't common place in her generation, yet, we have smaller families. She has a dangerous vision of who should and should not be worthy to live or reproduce- pointing out tuberculosis carriers- when she herself had tuberculosis for the majority of her adult life. Once again, a mindset of "do as I say, not as I do." The book closes with "child slavery, prostitution, oppression and war will disappear from the earth" once her theories have been put to practice. She is either a hopeless dreamer who doesn't understand human nature--- or a brilliant elitist who was setting the foundation for future "defectives" to be deemed unworthy to live. Myself, having an unplanned conception, wonder if I would be considered a "fit human being" in Mrs. Sanger's eyes.