A new statement by the foremost figure in the Birth Control Movement in America. A stronger book than even "Woman and the New Race." H. G. Wells, in his introduction to this volume, says: "Mrs. Sanger has lifted this question from out of the warm atmosphere of troubled domesticity in which it has hitherto been discussed to its proper level of a predominantly important human affair."
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