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While Stone expanded services at the Margaret Sanger Research Bureau to include fertility services and marital counseling, his national profile increased. He lectured internationally and contributed to popular publications like Readers Digest.
Stone partnered with international family planning colleagues in efforts to prevent global overpopulation during the 1950s.
Margaret Sanger was an advocate for the legal distribution of birth control in the United States from the 1920s until her death in 1966. Sanger worked closely with Hannah Stone and later Abraham Stone at the Margaret Sanger Research Bureau in New…
Abraham Stone (1890-1959) began his career as an urologist in New York City in the 1920s, and later expanded his specialties to include marriage counseling and family planning services. He became active in the family planning movement with his wife,…

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