St. Louis: The Queen’s Work, 1947. First edition. An anti-birth control argument in the form of supposed correspondence between a mother and the author, a priest. The young mother argues that women should remain in the home and raise children, and access to birth control impedes this mission. Minor dustsoiling. A very good copy of a rare anti-birth control pamphlet. White paper self-wrappers wrappers printed in dark blue. 3 x 6." 16 pp. Item #17362
“In a letter to Father Lord a mother of three small children gives an irrefutable answer to the birth-control hawkers: the happiness of a family—husband, wife, and children—whose keynote is wholehearted, unselfish cooperation with the Son of the Holy Family.”.
OCLC records only two copies, one in Canada (McGill) and one in the US (Notre Dame).