What Every Mother Should Know, or, How Six Little Children Were Taught the Truth Digital History ID 2327|
Credit: Truth Publishing and Special Collections, Michigan State University Libraries
Media type: book cover
Annotation: "What Every Mother Should Know", published in 1917, was the companion book to Sanger's "What Every Girl Should Know", published in 1916. Considered intensely controversial and even obscene in their day, Sanger's books offered concise and easy to understand information on menstruation, adolescent sexuality and birth control. Remarkably, The two books remain widely distrbuted today, with few changes to Sanger's original text.
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