Margaret Sanger will always be known as the “mother” of the birth control movement, but she was a much more complex woman than that. Sanger was a mother, a trained nurse, a socialist and a person who suffered from tuberculosis. Feldman really dives into how Sanger came from a family of sixteen to a woman who really fought to help woman everywhere get rights they deserve. Will recommend to those looking for a good fictional biography, would be good for book clubs as well. ~Teresa Steele