Thanks to Bob Walker for this article from the American Prospect. Michelle Goldberg, author of the new book, The Means of Reproduction, wrote this article (“Hillary’s Challenge”) about the speech that Secretary Clinton gave when she accepted the Margaret Sanger award from Planned Parenthood. In the article pasted below, Bob highlighted some of the sections relating specifically to family planning.
On March 27, at a ceremony in Houston, Texas, Hillary Clinton accepted the Margaret Sanger award from Planned Parenthood. In her speech, she expressed her “awe” for the family-planning pioneer and then laid out the connections between reproductive rights and global security. Calling the reproductive-rights movement “one of the most transformational in the entire history of the human race,” she argued that Sanger’s work isn’t done, in the United States or abroad.
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