00 Hardcover HQ764 This second of four volumes containing letters and other papers by birth control champion and feminist Sanger (1879-1966) begins the year she resigned from the American Birth Control League and began struggling to find a place of authority in the movement she had piloted to public recognition if not yet acceptance.
What does ABCL stand for?
ABCL stands for American Birth Control League
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- Associate of the Business Continuity Institute
- Association Belge des Constructeurs Informatiques (French: Belgian Association of Computer Manufacturers; Belgium)
- Association Belge du Crédit Immobilier (French: Belgian Association of Real Estate Credit; Belgium)
- Association of Baptist Churches in Israel
- Audit Bureau of Circulations' Interactive
- Australian Boys Choral Institute (Melbourne, Australia)
- Alabama Beef Cattle Improvement Association
- Association of British Civilian Internees Far East Region
- Associação Brasileira de Culinária Japonesa (Portuguese: Brazilian Association of Japanese Cuisine)
- Ashtekar, Baez, Corichi, Krasnov
- Amitabh Bachhan Corporation Limited
- Armed Bear Common Lisp
- As Built Configuration List
- Automatic Barrier Crossing, Locally Monitored (rail traffic; UK)
- Sino-American Biological Control Laboratory (USDA)
- Association of British Columbia Land Surveyors (Canada)
- Activity Based Cost Management
- Activity Based Costing Model
- Agent-Based Computational Modeling
- Assembly of Boundary-Controlled Monolayers
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PPFC can be traced to the Brownsville Clinic (1916), the Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau (1923), and the American Birth Control League (1921).
First, we must take seriously what I call "Irregular" birth control clinics (those sponsored by nurses, chiropractors, and commercial entrepreneurs), for to do otherwise would be to perpetuate what the American Birth Control League (ABCL) would have us believe, that such clinics were nothing more than the work of quacks or scoundrels whose only purpose was to profit off their patrons' desperation.
At least 23 of the 50 members of the National Council of Sanger's American Birth Control League (founded in 1921), the precursor to today's Planned Parenthood, were also members of the American Eugenics Society or public supporters of the eugenics agenda.
In the 1920s, the "National Council" of her American Birth Control League had at least 23 persons involved at a prominent level in eugenics--nearly one-half the entire council
25) By 1929, the number of medically supervised birth-control clinics across the country had increased to twenty-eight, almost all of which were affiliated with Sanger's parent organization, the American Birth Control League.