Ellen Chesler's 1992 biography of Margaret Sanger is acclaimed as definitive and is widely used and cited by scholars and activists alike in the fields of women's health and reproductive rights.
Chesler's substantive new Afterword considers how Sanger's life and work hold up in light of subsequent developments, such as U.S. Supreme Court cases challenging the constitutional doctrine of privacy and international definitions of reproductive health as an essential human right.
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Published October 16, 2007
by Simon & Schuster.
Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Self Help, Professional & Technical, Health, Fitness & Dieting.