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The Morality of Birth Control

By: Margaret Sanger
Narrated by: Melissa Rochelle
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Birth control is as much a hot topic now as it has always been, and American birth control activist and sex educator Margaret Sanger was the first true authority on the subject. 

Anyone who has an interest in sexual health and/or education will be extremely interested in where the movement and school of thought first came from, and there is no better place to start than "The Morality of Birth Control". 

This speech was made in 1921 at the Park Theatre, New York. In it, Sanger discusses the positive practical and ethical implications of birth control. Backed by evidence and delivered in Sanger’s strong and eloquent style, "The Morality of Birth Control" is truly the beginning of a colossal shift in social perception.

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Why promote birth control?

Narration: rushed, some slurring of words and phrases, but is comprehensible.

Content: terse delineation of planned parenthood tenets. Note the loaded questions which structured the presentation.