Woman Rebel: The Margaret Sanger Story by Peter Bagge
Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger was one of the most important birth-control activists of the twentieth century. Peter Bagge's fast-paced, full-color biography follows Sanger from her impoverished childhood in rural New York to her brief formal education, her work in the Lower East Side tenements, and her involvement with the burgeoning birth-control movement. Woman Rebel, which includes an extensive bibliography and an introduction by journalist Tom Spurgeon of the Comics Reporter, is perfect for introducing a key figure in the women's rights movement to a new generation of readers.
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