The Birth Control Review was a birth control advocacy publication published in the US in the early 20th century by the American Birth Control League (and late in its run, by its successor, the Birth Control Federation of America).
The Birth Control Review was begun in 1917 by Margaret Sanger, who edited the Review until 1929. A new series began in 1933. No issue copyright renewals exist for this serial. It ceased publication in 1940.
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