Margaret Sanger, "Infertility," 1952.

Source: "Margaret Sanger Papers, Library of CongressLibrary of Congress Microfilm 9:80."

This statement was written on the letterhead of Albert D. Lasker. No published version was found.

Help for the childless couple has been one the research projects in the National & International Planned Parenthood Movement, ↑ever↓ in this country as well as in England since the Movement began. It is interesting to note that both Fertility & Infertility Research had little attention by either the Medical or Scientific specialists until fairly recently. Today they seem to parallel each other in a race to meet the demands of our ↑growing↓ intelligent public. The term Birth Control used in the Early days of the PP movement signified its principle of Control--(not limitation) of the birth rate by wanting to space their pregnancies & to encourage & help ↑childless↓ women to become mothers.

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