Sanger was a passionate racial-eugenicist with a crowning vision for what she openly called “race improvement.” One of Sanger’s favorite slogans, so much so that it adorned the masthead of her Birth Control Review, was this: “Birth Control: To Create a Race of Thoroughbreds.” by Dr. Paul Kengor from the Spectator.org.
Sanger hoped to finesse and refine the “gene pool.” She would do so not with gas chambers and concentration camps but with birth-control pills, eliminating human life before conception rather than after birth. Thus, her Planned Parenthood, which was originally called the American Birth Control League.
Margaret Higgins Sanger founder of Planned Parenthood, “IN HER OWN WORDS.” Her life ambition; her views on motherhood, adultery, teen sex, abortion, children, homosexuality, marital sex, compulsory sterilization, the rights of immigrants & indigents, the handicapped, the mentally ill, blacks, the church, etc. – all information compiled from her own writings! www.dianedew.com
Mike Wallace interviewed Margaret Sanger 9/21/57. Margaret Sanger, the leader of the birth control movement in America, talks to Wallace about why she became an advocate for birth control, over-population, and against the Catholic Church, and morality. Sanger in 1957. www.hrc.utexas.edu.
George Grant wrote Killer Angel: A Short Biography of Planned Parenthood’s Founder, Margaret Sanger in 1995. “This brief monograph is an attempt to set the record straight. It is an attempt to rectify that shameful distortion of the social, cultural, and historical record. It has no other agenda than to replace fiction with fact.” Available from Amazon.com as a paper back. Also readable FREE on the internet at www.entrewave.com. George Grants book is a must read for anyone who wants to know more about Margaret Sanger. Book Review by Pastor Childress of Black Genocide.
She was the founder of the American Birth Control League, which later became Planned Parenthood. View materials written by Margaret and copies of the actual newsletters from the American Birth Control League – published from 1917 until 1940. www.lifedynamics.com