Which statement best describes margaret sanger?
Correct D. She advocated for women's health and helped educate women about birth control and family planning.
Margaret Sanger’s was arrested in 1916 for opening the country's first birth control clinic (in Brooklyn NY). She also had been in violation of existing laws by publishing and distributing The Woman Rebel newsletter, which discussed contraception. The laws in question were called "The Comstock Laws," on the books since 1873. The first of such Comstock Laws was the 1873 federal act for the "Suppression of Trade in, and Circulation of, Obscene Literature and Articles of Immoral Use," which made it illegal to distribute materials regarding contraception (and other sex-related topics) by US mail. .Anthony Comstock was a US Postal Inspector who had been behind the push for such laws.
Sanger appealed her conviction under the Comstock Laws. In 1918, Judge Frederick Crane of the New York Court of Appeals upheld Sanger's conviction. But in his ruling, he also issued a revised interpretation of New York's state law, saying that physicians could legally prescribe contraception for general health reasons, not just for prevention of the spread of venereal disease. It was a court ruling that allowed allowed women in general at least some access to contraception, and was the beginning of the success of the birth control movement that Sanger championed.
D: She advocated for women's health and helped educate women about birth control and family planning.
Margaret Sanger was the founder of Planned Parenthood.
Margaret Sanger was a Progressive reformer who worked alongside the women's rights movement as well as immigrant reform. She believed in eugenics and wanted to control population in America. By providing birth control options to women, women would be able to make decisions about their lives and could avoid health risks from pregnancy and multiple births.
Margaret Sanger was a birth control activist so the answer is D. She advocated for women's health and helped educate women about birth control and family planning.
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She advocated for women's health and helped educate women about birth control and family planning.
Margaret Sanger is the founder of Planned Parenthood.
During the early 20th century, Margaret Sanger worked with women, in particular immigrant women, to discover family planning. Sanger wanted birth control methods legalized to help women control the size of their families. She also believed in eugenics which meant she believed certain populations of people should be controlled in their birthrate to prevent large numbers of undesirable people. Common thinking of the time was to control the rate at which immigrants, in particular Catholic immigrants, were having children. Pushing for women's health and birth control to be legal would help to develop a more controlled and moral society in her opinion.
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