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Morality of Birth Control, Margaret Sanger

The following is a speech delivered on Nov. 18, 1921, at the Park Theatre in New York City by Margaret Sanger titled “The Morality of Birth Control.”

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What argument is Sanger making when she says,

"Conduct is said to be action in pursuit of ends, and if this is so, then we must hold the irresponsibility and recklessness in our action is immoral, while responsibility and forethought put into action for the benefit of the individual and the race becomes in the highest sense the finest kind of morality." (lines 33-36)?


She is arguing that birth control is moral.


She is arguing that conduct is not tied to morality.


She is arguing that responsibility is moral.


She is arguing that race and gender influence morality.

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