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BCRB Cell Receptor
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BCRBibliographic Center for Research
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BCRBureau Communautaire de Référence (French: Community Bureau of Reference; European Union production standard)
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BCRBudget Control Report
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BCRBadminton Club Roubaix (French badminton club)
BCRBegin Curb Return (construction)
BCRBarrie Collingwood Railway
BCRBattlefield Communications Review
BCRBattle Casualty Replacement
BCRBusiness Club Russie (French: Russian Business Club)
BCRBase Change Request
BCRBlocked Calls Released
BCRBirthing Cost Recovery
BCRBibliothèque Centrale de Recherche (French: Central Research Library)
BCRBusiness Change Request
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BCRBowers cult Regular
BCRBase Conference Room
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BCRBoulangerie Construction Réalisation (French construction company)
BCRBeginning Curb Return (surveying/civil engineering)
BCRBase-band Combiner Radio
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BCRBilling Cross-Reference
BCRBoca do Acre, Amazonas, Brazil (airport code)
BCRBranch on Condition to Register (IBM)
BCRBasic Cost Reduction
BCRBeis Chaya Rochel (Jewish seminary)
BCRBrisk Capillary Refill
BCRBonsaï Club de Reims (Reims, France)
BCRBureau Central de Répartition (French: Central Office of Allocation; insurance industry)
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National Socialist and author of Germany's eugenics laws Ernst Rudin's call for "racial purity" was published in Margaret Sanger's Birth Control Review. Yet still today, socialists are too blind to value life.
(26.) John Maynard Keynes, Manchester Commercial Guardian, August 22, 1922, quoted in Margaret Sanger, "Margaret Sanger to the Readers of The Review," Birth Control Review 6, no.
The brief discussion of Grimke's 'The Closing Door'--a story published in the Birth Control Review in 1919 that focuses on a mother who murders her child to prevent future lynching by racists--is followed by a lengthier analysis of Larsen's Quicksand (1928)--a novel that depicts physical and emotional suffering caused by mothering multiple children.
Katharine donated the start-up money to produce the organization's pamphlets and newsletter, Birth Control Review, distributing a combined 90,000 copies in the first year.
In Birth Control Review, which Sanger founded, controlled and edited, she provided a launching point for promoting eugenics.
(18) In fact, all of these practices were the very same strategies the American Birth Control League promoted on the pages of the Birth Control Review, the organization's newsletter which Gordon herself took the time to read.
There was an article published by Ernst Rodin, a Nazi, in the Birth Control Review in the 1930s.
Margaret Sanger, an advocate of sexual reform, publishes the Birth Control Review, expanding the concept of women's rights to include the right to control their own bodies.
up" by so many births "within the short space of twenty months" (152), realizing too late that she has become, as Angelina Weld Grimke put it in a 1919 story for The Birth Control Review, "an instrument of reproduction" in a world of white cruelty (140).
"More children from the fit, less from the unfit," Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, wrote in her popular magazine, Birth Control Review, in 1919.
Sanger published a magazine in 1914 called The Woman Rebel (later retitled Birth Control Review) and produced a pamphlet, Family Limitation.
According to Touchstone Magazine, Sanger wrote in the Birth Control Review, "All who resent this sinister Church Control of life and conduct ...