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Margaret Sanger - Woman and the New Race

Margaret Sanger - Woman and the New Race

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Woman and the New Race
by Margaret Sanger
AVERTISSEMENT:
Le texte de ce livre appartenant au domaine publicest offensant. Nous le publions pour exposer levéritable esprit de Margaret Sanger et desorganisations qu'elle a créées et qui chantent leslouanges de leur fondatrice (l'ABCL, devenuePlanned Parenthood, l'IPPF et ses affiliés, connues enFrance sous le vocable de "planning familial").Le lecteur trouvera que toute la pensée de MargaretSanger est eugéniste, raciste, et plutôt dégoûtante.Cette idéologie a amené à des lois et des crimeseugénistes de par le monde, y−compris en Allemagnenazie. Elle est aussi très présente dans la politiquecontemporaine des pays occidentaux.On observe aujourd'hui que les organisations crééespar Margaret Sanger, qui sont lourdementsubventionnées par les États occidentaux, essayentde cacher ce véritable caractère eugéniste de leurfondatrice, au travers de citations tronquées et deré−interprétations.Cette publication du texte intégral donne au lecteurl'opportunité de se faire une opinion indépendante.Nous ne pouvons être tenus pour responsables ducontenu de ce livre qui a été publié en 1920, ni deséventuelles erreurs de transcription. Nousn'approuvons pas les thèses de Margaret Sanger etnous prévenons le lecteur de laprésence demensonges importants dans ses écrits.
 La Trêve de Dieu
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The text of this book, now in the public domain, isoffensive. We publish it for exposing the real spirit ofMargaret Sanger and the organizations she created(ABCL, renamed Planned Parenthood, IPPF and itsaffiliates); those organizations still sing the praise oftheir founder.The reader will find the whole thinking of MargaretSanger, eugenicist, racist, and rather disgusting. Thisideology led to eugenic laws and crimes throughoutthe world, including nazi Germany. It is also verypresent in the contemporary politics of the westerncountries.We observe today that the organizations created byMargaret Sanger, heavily subsidized by the westernstates, try to hide this actual eugenicist spirit of theirfounder through truncated citations andreinterpretations.This publication of the full text gives the opportunityto the reader to make an independant opinion.We cannot be held as responsible for the content ofthis book, first published in 1922, and for thepossible transcription errors. We do not support theviews of Margaret Sanger and we warn the readerthat the writings of Margaret Sangercontain manyoutright lies.
 La Trêve de Dieu
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Woman and the New Race
by Margaret Sanger
The original volume was dedicated to Margaret Sanger's mother:Dedicated to the Memory of My Mother,A Mother Who Gave Birth to Eleven Living ChildrenOriginally published by Truth Publishing Company, New YorkOriginal copyright: ©1920, by Brentano'sPrefaceChapter 1−−Woman's Error and Her DebtChapter 2−−Woman's Struggle for FreedomChapter 3−−The Material of the New RaceChapter 4−−Two Classes of WomenChapter 5−−The Wickedness of Creating Large FamiliesChapter 6−−Cries of DespairChapter 7−−When Should a Woman Avoid Having Children?Chapter 8−−Birth Control−−A Parents' Problem or Woman's?Chapter 9−−Continence−−Is it Practicable or Desirable?Chapter 10−−Contraceptives or Abortion?Chapter 11−−Are Preventive Means Certain?Chapter 12−−Will Birth Control Help the Cause of Labor?Chapter 13−−Battalions of Unwanted Babies the Cause of WarChapter 14−−Woman and the New MoralityChapter 15−−Legislating Woman's MoralsChapter 16−−Why Not Birth Control Clinics in America?Chapter 17−−Progress We Have MadeChapter 18−−The Goal
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PREFACE
The modern Woman Movement, like the modern Labour Movement, may be said to have begun in the Eighteenthcentury. The Labour movement arose out of the Industrial Revolution with its resultant tendency to over−population, tounrestricted competition, to social misery and disorder. The Woman movement appeared as an at first neglectedby−product of the French Revolution with its impulses of general human expansion, of freedom and of equality.Since then, as we know, these two movements have each had a great and vigorous career which is still far fromcompleted. On the whole they have moved independently along separate lines, and have at times seemed indeedalmost hostile to each other. That has ceased to be the case. Of recent years it has been seen not only that these twomovements are not hostile, but that they may work together harmoniously for similar ends.One final step remained to be taken ; had to be realised not only that the Labour movement could give the secret ofsuccess to the woman movement by its method and organization, but that on the other hand, woman held the secretwithout which labour is impotent to reach its ends. Woman, by virtue of motherhood is the regulator of the birthrate,the sacred disposer of human production. It is in the deliberate restraint and measurement of human production thatthe fundamental problems of the family, the nation, the whole brotherhood of mankind find their solution. The healthand longevity of the individual, the economic welfare of the workers, the general level of culture of the community, thepossibility of abolishing from the world the desolating scourge of war; all these like great human needs, depend,primarily and fundamentally, on the wise limitation of the human output. It does not certainly make them inevitable, butit renders them possible of accomplishment; without it they have been clearly and repeatedly proved to be impossible.These facts have long been known to the few who view the world realistically. But it is not the few who rule the world.It is the masses; the ignorant, emotional, volatile, superstitious masses; who rule the world. It is they who choose thefew supreme persons who manage or mismanage the world's affairs. Even the most stupid of us must be able to seehow it is done now, for during recent years the whole process has been displayed before us on the very largest scale.The lesson has not been altogether in vain. It is furnishing a new stimulus to those who are working for the increase ofknowledge, and of practical action based on knowledge, among the masses, the masses who alone possess thepower to change the force of the world for good or for evil, and by growth in wisdom to raise the human race on to ahigher level.That is why the little book by Margaret Sanger, whose right to speak with authority on these matters we all recognize,cannot be too widely read. To the few who think, though they may here and there differ on points of detail, it is all asfamiliar as A. B. C. But to the millions who rule the world it is not familiar, and still less to the handful of superiorpersons whom the masses elect to supreme positions. Therefore, let this book be read; let it be read by every manand woman who can read. And the sooner it is not only read but acted on, the better for the world.
Havelock Ellis
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