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MARGARET SANGER; REFINING THE WOMAN REBEL
The year Sanger spent as a fugitive in England in 1914 was crucial to solidify the birth control movement in the united states as well as establish Sanger as a martyr and leader of this movement. Her time there allowed her to expand her knowledge in several ways such as writing, more accurate methods of birth control, ideologies, lifestyles. Etc/, make life-long cherished friends who would inspire, teach and love her, as well as several important contacts who legitimized her movement. England refined Sanger and her ideologies; most importantly her political ideologies as she makes the transition form radical feminist socialism to more moderate views. The days she toiled away in England were crucial in securing the longevity and success of the birth control movement. as well as securing Sanger as the leader of this movement. It was a year well spent and was necessary in order for her to rally the brilliant campaign that would usher in a new sexual ideal for American society.
Sanger’s year-long exile in Europe in 1914 was the fulcrum on which her political agenda
Theme: ? Sanger Vs. Comstock. A Sexual Vendetta.
I will examine the political lifestyle of Sanger and her motivations for such progressivism to show how sanger was quite the product of her time. I will examine the documents that got her into trouble in the first place and the surrounding social and political context to discern why they got her into trouble. I will then look to sources like correspondence, newspapers, and journal entries, speeches and pamphlets to discern whether Sangers writings were received well and if she had enough following to take on Comstock. I will look at Sangers goals as set for herself in personal writings, and see if she has met those goals. I will then analyze the context and events surrounding Sangers arrest and court date and flight to Europe using analysis from several different apologetic and unapologetic historians alike to discern whether her exile was noted. And then I will examine the time Sanger spent in England through her journals, letters and pamphlets she writes as well as examine the importance of the people she met there and why they had such an enormous affect on her. I will examine and prove that the time she spent there not only rallied the women of America to adopt and stand behind her cause but also allowed her to refine her plan and adopt new ideals and figure out how to use them to win more people over to her side to be able to win the battle against Comstock.