Margaret Sanger, " [Short Pieces from June 1914 Woman Rebel] ," Jun 1914.

Published article. Source: The Woman Rebel, Vol. 1, No. 4, June 1914, 32 , Margaret Sanger Microfilm C16:0546 .

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Not Suppressed

Here is a typical front-page "story" of those newspapers who pride themselves on printing all the news that's "fit to print." It is from the N. Y. Evening Mail of April 16, and was NOT suppressed by the post-office authorities. It is a "good story" and an every-day comment on American "civilization."

"Mrs. Katherine Vogel, sixty-one years old, committed suicide in her apartment at 34 First avenue to-day by drinking carbolic acid.

"In the next room lay the body of a girl about twenty years old, the victim of an operation alleged to have been performed by Mrs. Vogel. The identity of the girl is not known. It is believed she was a professional dancer."

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