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name and was associated with her work,
and she really didn't like the idea that people had to be pampered enough to change the
Does she now realize that it has aided in spreading the gospel, so to speak?
Well, I haven't talked to her about it recently, and I doubt that she has become
completely reconciled to it, because I think that over quite a few years she really
resented it. However, it wasn't a serious problem, and I think it did make the
organization more acceptable to people.
Did you at this time have any experience with the clinics?
Well, I went to visit some of the clinics, and I realized that the methods were very
clumsy and hard to sell to people, but at this time I had no idea that it would be
possible to find a pill that would work. That was beyond even people's dreams at this
time, and so we didn't feel that there were any alternatives except to perhaps find
somewhat more simple methods of a kind that would then be used.
At that point, too, were any of the non-Roman churches or Jewish people interested in the
birth control movement, and did they do anything about the local clinics?
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