How Did the Debate Between Margaret Sanger and Mary Ware Dennett
Shape the Movement to Legalize Birth Control, 1915-1924?

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Abstract

Introduction

Document 1: Mary Ware Dennett, "Speech at the Meeting Which Organized the National Birth Control League," March 1915

Document 2: Memo from Frederick A. Blossom to Mary Ware Dennett, 1 December 1916

Document 3: Frederick A. Blossom to Virginia T. Heidelberg, 8 December 1916

Document 4: Virginia T. Heidelberg to Mary Ware Dennett, [1 March 1917]

Document 5: Margaret Sanger, "How Shall We Change the Law," Birth Control Review , July 1919

Document 6: Margaret Sanger, "A Birth Strike to Avert World Famine," Birth Control Review , January 1920

Document 7: Mary Ware Dennett to New York Women's Publishing Company, Board of Directors, 20 January 1920

Document 8: Mary Ware Dennett, Congressional Report, 16 December 1920

Document 9: Margaret Sanger, "Editorial," Birth Control Review , March 1921

Document 10: Mary Ware Dennett to Margaret Sanger, 12 March 1921

Document 11: Margaret Sanger to Mary Ware Dennett, 19 March 1921

Document 12: Mary Ware Dennett to Margaret Sanger, 31 March 1921

Document 13: Mary Ware Dennett to Committee on Arrangements for the National Birth Control Conference, 28 July 1921

Document 14: Mary Ware Dennett to Margaret Sanger, 29 July 1921

Document 15: Margaret Sanger to Mary Ware Dennett, 10 October 1921

Document 16: Letters from Marie Stopes to Juliet Rublee and Margaret Sanger, 28 October 1921

Document 17: Marie Stopes to Mary Ware Dennett, 29 October 1921

Document 18: Mary Ware Dennett to Margaret Sanger, 31 October 1921

Document 19: Mary Ware Dennett to Juliet Rublee, 13 November 1921

Document 20: "A Special Message to the Council, Contributors, and Friends of the Voluntary Parenthood League," 18 November 1921

Document 21: Margaret Sanger, "Unity," Birth Control Review , November 1921

Document 22: Adolphus Knopf to Margaret Sanger, 5 December 1921, and Margaret Sanger to Adolphus Knopf, 13 December 1921

Document 23: Margaret Sanger to Issac Blanchard, 18 January 1922

Document 24: Margaret Sanger to John Holmes, 20 January 1922

Document 25: "Birth Control and Federal Legislation," March 1924

Document 26: "Analysis of the Federal Bill Proposed by Margaret Sanger in Comparison with the Cummins-Vaile Bill," 3 March 1924

Document 27: Adolphus Knopf to Margaret Sanger, 29 September 1924

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