This is when our reception committee gets thrown in a panic of activity trying to make places for and caring for these refugees. She states that the human weed crop is spreading so fast in the struggle for existence that the committee becomes exhausted, inefficient, and cannot think of a way out of this problem. She believes the way out is to fight for the health and happiness of the unborn child. Her ideas are to free women from enslavers and unwilling motherhood and that prenatal care is most essential.
Her life-long work and crusade was to improve not only the lives of children, but their mothers by providing alternatives to the horrors she had witnessed working in the slums of New York City. The impact of her work finished through the development of the birth control pill. Her legacy is a controversial one but unmistakably the words of a gifted speaker that hold tremendous power. Work Cited Sanger, Margaret. “The Children’s Era. ” American Rhetoric. N. p. , 2009, Web 3 Oct. 2010