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  1. Humble Pie
  2. 1914-04-00  (Published article)
     
  3. The Ban
  4. 1914-05-00  (Published article)
     
  5. Are Preventive Means Injurious?
  6. 1914-07-00  (Published article)
     
  7. Lewd Thinkers
  8. 1914-09-00  (Published article)
     
  9. Should Women Know?
  10. 1915-02-00  (Published article)
     
  11. Birth Control in America
  12. 1915-07-00  (Published article)
     
  13. Comstockery in America
  14. 1915-07-00  (Published article)
     
  15. Margaret Sanger Defends Her Battle For the Right of Birth Control
  16. 1915-12-05  (Published article)
     
  17. Not Guilty!
  18. 1916-01-00  (Published article)
     
  19. "The Woman Rebel" and The Fight for Birth Control
  20. 1916-04-00  (Published article)
     
  21. Birth Control
  22. 1916-07-00  (Published article)
     
  23. Shall We Break This Law?
  24. 1917-02-00  (Published article)
     
  25. An Open Letter To Alfred E. Smith
  26. 1918-11-00  (Published article)
     
  27. How Shall We Change The Law
  28. 1919-07-00  (Published article)
     
  29. Meeting the Need Today
  30. 1919-10-00  (Published article)
     
  31. A Law Breaking Policeman
  32. 1919-11-00  (Published article)
     
  33. Editorial
  34. 1921-03-00  (Published article)
     
  35. Opening Address to the First American Birth Control Conference
  36. 1921-11-11  (Typed speech)
     
  37. Our Fight in New York
  38. 1922-12-00  (Published article)
     
  39. High Lights in the History of Birth Control
  40. 1923-10-00  (Published article)
     
  41. Birth Control and China and Japan
  42. 1924-02-00  (Published article)
     
  43. Address at the Pioneer's Dinner
  44. 1925-03-26  (Typed speech)
     
  45. Fewer and Better Babies
  46. 1926-01-00  (Published article)
     
  47. Comment at the Sixth International Neo-Malthusian and Birth Control Conference
  48. 1926-03-26  (Typed speech)
     
  49. Shall the Citizens of Boston be Allowed to Discuss Changing Their Laws?
  50. 1929-05-26  (Published speech)
     
  51. Early Years of Margaret Sanger's Work in the Birth Control Movement
  52. 1930-00-00  (Typed article)
     
  53. Birth Control Advances: A Reply to the Pope
  54. 1931-00-00  (Typed article)
     
  55. Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control
  56. 1931-04-00  (Published article)
     
  57. Birth Control Steps Out: A Note on the Senate Hearing
  58. 1931-04-00  (Published article)
     
  59. The Progress of the Birth Control Movement
  60. 1931-06-00  (Published article)
     
  61. The Pros and Cons of Birth Control
  62. 1932-01-14  (Typed draft article)
     
  63. A News Letter from Margaret Sanger
  64. 1932-04-00  (Published article)
     
  65. American Women's Association Testimonial Dinner Address
  66. 1932-04-20  (Typed speech)
     
  67. Foreword to For Legalized Birth Control
  68. 1934-00-00  (Published article)
     
  69. America Needs a Code for Babies
  70. 1934-03-27  (Typed draft article)
     
  71. The Case for Birth Control
  72. 1934-06-00  (Published article)
     
  73. Catholics and Birth Control
  74. 1934-06-13  (Published article)
     
  75. National Security and Birth Control
  76. 1935-03-01  (Published article)
     
  77. Providence Speech Material - April 8th
  78. 1935-04-08  (Typed speech)
     
  79. Does the Public Want Birth Control
  80. 1936-04-00  (Published article)
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