Item #17362 A Mother Looks at Birth Control. A Letter from a Mother to a Priest. Daniel A. Lord.
A Mother Looks at Birth Control. A Letter from a Mother to a Priest.

A Mother Looks at Birth Control. A Letter from a Mother to a Priest.

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).

Price: $100.00

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