Discussion of triaxial of action: policy,politics, and nursing
Margaret Sanger was an American birth control activist who sought to make contraception widely available for women. She is credited with founding the first birth control clinic in the United States and advocating for sexual education and family planning, which helped revolutionize the nursing field. She opened over 40 clinics nationwide, published a magazine called The Woman Rebel, and wrote influential pamphlets such as Family Limitation that advanced her cause of making contraception accessible to women. Her legacy has had a lasting impact on public health initiatives promoting safe sex practices and access to contraceptive services.