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By Liam Gibson, LifeNews, Sept. 19, 2022

LifeNews Note: Liam Gibson writes for SPUC, where this column originally appeared.


London, England
On 14 September 1879, Margaret Higgins, the sixth of 11 children in an Irish-American family was born in upstate New York. At least this is the date on which historians believe she was born since in later life Margaret Higgins, better known by her married name — Sanger, was obsessed with concealing her true age. She repeatedly changed her records and even altered the inscription in her family’s Bible.[1]

Sanger, who had abandoned her Catholic faith at an early age, was drawn into revolutionary politics and became vehemently opposed to marriage, Christian morality and family life. In 1914, Sanger came into conflict with US authorities for her violation of obscenity laws.   …

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