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The Case for Birth Control

Margaret Sanger

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ISBN 10: 1230448861 / ISBN 13: 9781230448862
Published by, 2013
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Title: The Case for Birth Control


Publication Date: 2013

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 edition. Excerpt: ...Children Borne By Married Mothers Having Either A Live Birth Or A Stillbirth In 1911, Classified By Nativity And Age Of Mother. The next table shows all losses of pregnancy sustained by 628 mothers and the rate of loss per 1,000 births for mothers having different numbers of births or reportable pregnancies. For all mothers it was 188.4. "Loss," as here used, means the sum of infant deaths (or deaths in first year) and stillbirths. f.,.----Tabu 41.--Aggregate Number Op Births, Losses, Akd Rats or Loss Per 1,000 Births, Accobdino To Number Op Births Per Mother. The influence of the economic factor on infant mortality among the babies born prior to 1911 can not be determined with exactness, as no inquiry was made concerning earnings of the father when the other children were born. But it is believed that his earnings during the year following the birth of the 1911 baby can be regarded as an index of the economic standing of the family for some time past. In individual cases, of course, revolutionary changes in the family's income may have occurred, but for the great mass of people in the group considered it is not likely that within such a short space of time as that covered by the child-bearing period of the women considered--most of whom had not had numerous pregnancies--marked changes had taken place. If these known earnings are accepted as an index, the following variations are found to occur in the infant mortality rate for all the babies of whom record was secured: Table 42.--Infant Mortality Rats For All Children Of Humd Mothbbs Included In This Investigation, Distributed According To The Father's The infant mortality rate for the babies whose fathers earn under $521 is almost twice as great as for those born into families...

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