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The Birth Control Review, Margaret Sanger Library, 243 Issues Books PDF CD

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The Birth Control Review was a lay magazine established and edited by Margaret Sanger in 1917, three years after she coined the term "birth control" to describe voluntary motherhood or the ability of a woman to space children "in keeping with a family's financial and health resources."

 

 

The Birth Control Review
(1917 - 1940)

243 Vintage Issues on CD

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With 8 additional books written by Margaret Sanger.
 

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The Birth Control Review was a lay magazine established and edited by Margaret Sanger in 1917, three years after she coined the term "birth control" to describe voluntary motherhood or the ability of a woman to space children "in keeping with a family's financial and health resources."  The first issue was published in New York in 1917.  Sanger remained editor-in-chief until 1928, when she turned it over to the American Birth Control League. The last issue was published in January 1940.  The issues presented here on this disk are unedited, presented in PDF format, for those wishing to study the direct writings of Margaret Sanger. 

Also included are 8 additional books written by Sanger describing her ideologies and theories.

This collection on CD contains 243 issues of The Birth Control Review, each issue is about 15-20 pages: 

1917-02-February 1921-02-February 1924-07-July 1927-12-December 1931-05-May 1935-06-June
1917-03-March 1921-03-March 1924-08-August 1928-01-January 1931-06-June 1935-09-September
1917-04-05-April-May 1921-04-April 1924-09-September 1928-02-February 1931-07-July 1935-10-October
1917-06-June 1921-05-May 1924-10-October 1928-03-March 1931-08-August 1935-11-November
1917-12-December 1921-06-June 1924-11-November 1928-04-April 1931-09-September 1935-12-December
1918-01-January 1921-07-July 1924-12-December 1928-05-May 1931-10-October 1936-01-January
1918-02-03 Feb-March 1921-08-August 1925-01-January 1928-06-June 1931-11-November 1936-02-February
1918-04-April 1921-09-September 1925-02-February 1928-07-July 1931-12-December 1936-03-March
1918-05-May 1921-10-October 1925-03-March 1928-08-August 1932-01-January 1936-04-April
1918-06-June 1921-11-November 1925-04-April 1928-09-September 1932-02-February 1936-05-May
1918-07-July 1921-12-December 1925-05-May 1928-10-October 1932-03-March 1936-06-June
1918-08-August 1922-01-January 1925-06-June 1928-11-November 1932-04-April 1936-09-September
1918-09-September 1922-02-February 1925-07-July 1928-12-December 1932-05-May 1936-10-October
1918-10-October 1922-03-March 1925-08-August 1929-01-January 1932-06-June 1936-11-November
1918-11-November 1922-04-April 1925-09-September 1929-02-February 1932-0708-July-August 1936-12-December
1918-12-December 1922-05-May 1925-10-October 1929-03-March 1932-10-October 1937-01-January
1919-01-January 1922-06-June 1925-11-November 1929-04-April 1932-11-November 1937-04-April
1919-02-February 1922-07-July 1925-12-December 1929-05-May 1932-12-December 1937-05-May
1919-03-March 1922-08-August 1926-01-January 1929-06-June 1933-01-January 1937-06-June
1919-04-April 1922-09-September 1926-02-February 1929-07-July 1933-02-February 1937-10-October
1919-05-May 1922-10-October 1926-03-March 1929-08-August 1933-03-March 1937-11-November
1919-06-June 1922-11-November 1926-04-April 1929-09-September 1933-04-April 1937-12-December
1919-07-July 1922-12-December 1926-05-May 1929-10-October 1933-05-May 1938-02-February
1919-08-August 1923-01-January 1926-06-June 1929-11-November 1933-06-June 1938-03-March
1919-09-September 1923-02-February 1926-07-July 1929-12-December 1933-07-July 1938-04-April
1919-10-October 1923-03-March 1926-08-August 1930-01-January 1933-10-October 1938-05-May
1919-11-November 1923-04-April 1926-09-September 1930-02-February 1933-11-November 1938-06-June
1919-12-December 1923-05-May 1926-10-October 1930-03-March 1933-12-December 1938-10-October
1920-01-January 1923-06-June 1926-11-November 1930-04-April 1934-01-January 1938-11-November
1920-02-February 1923-07-July 1926-12-December 1930-05-May 1934-02-February 1938-12-December
1920-03-March 1923-08-August 1927-01-January 1930-06-June 1934-04-April 1939-01-January
1920-04-April 1923-09-September 1927-02-February 1930-07-July 1934-05-May 1939-0203-February-March
1920-05-May 1923-10-October 1927-03-March 1930-08-August 1934-06-June 1939-04-April
1920-06-June 1923-11-November 1927-04-April 1930-09-September 1934-10-October 1939-05-May
1920-07-July 1923-12-December 1927-05-May 1930-10-October 1934-11-November 1939-06-June
1920-08-August 1924-01-January 1927-06-June 1930-11-November 1934-12-December 1939-11-November
1920-09-September 1924-02-February 1927-07-July 1930-12-December 1935-01-January 1939-12-December
1920-10-October 1924-03-March 1927-08-August 1931-01-January 1935-02-February 1940-01-January
1920-11-November 1924-04-April 1927-09-September 1931-02-February 1935-03-March  
1920-12-December 1924-05-May 1927-10-October 1931-03-March 1935-04-April  
1921-01-January 1924-06-June 1927-11-November 1931-04-April 1935-05-May  

Please note that this collection contains scans of old books, some of which were in poor condition before being rescued and digitized for posterity.  This means that you may see some pages with creases and tears that show up in the scans.


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