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Margaret Hilda Roberts was born to Beatrice Roberts and Alfred Roberts on October 13th ,1925 in
Grantham, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of a grocer and had a sister named Muriel Roberts.
During Margaret's early years, she was introduced to politics by her father who was a member of the
city's council. Margaret studied chemistry at Oxford University and in 1947, received a degree in
chemistry. She worked as a research chemist in Colchester. During her youth, Thatcher was
politically active and served as president of the Conservative Association at the university she
attended. In 1954, Margaret attended school again to become a barrister (lawyer.) She married a
wealthy businessman with the name of Denis Thatcher in 1951 and had two children (Carol
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Although she didn't get the spot, she continued her journey with the same amount of determination.
In 1959, Thatcher earned a seat in the House of Commons representing Finchley. When the Labour
Party was in power from 1964 to 1970, she helped numerous positions in Edward Health's shadow
cabinet. During 1970, Edward became Prime Minister and Margaret was chosen to be the secretary
of education. Margaret was known as "Thatcher, milk snatcher" after she eliminated the worldwide
free school milk system. Her position became difficult, not because of the bad media surrounding
her actions (such as eliminating the free school milk system) but because she had trouble getting the
Prime Minister, Edward Heath to pay attention to her thoughts and
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Biography of Margaret Sanger Essay
Biography of Margaret Sanger
Margaret Sanger founded a movement in this country that would institute such a change in the
course of our biological history that it is still debated today. Described by some as a "radiant rebel",
Sanger pioneered the birth control movement in the United States at a time when Victorian
hypocrisy and oppression through moral standards were at their highest. Working her way up from a
nurse in New York's poor Lower East Side to the head of the Planned Parenthood Federation of
America, Margaret Sanger was unwavering in her dedication to the movement that would eventually
result in lower infant mortality rates and better living conditions for the impoverished. But, because
of the way that her political ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Margaret was exceptionally bright in school and her father pleaded with her to go back. Margaret
refused. Margaret's two older sisters, Mary and Nan, offered to pay for the cost of a private school
out of their paychecks if Margaret agreed to wait tables for her room and board. So, in 1896
Margaret ended up at Claverack, one of the first coeducational schools in the East. It was there that
her natural leadership skills blossomed in the form popularity and pranks (Miller 199–203).
After graduation, Margaret taught first grade in a public school in New Jersey; she loved it.
Unfortunately, Margaret had to leave her job that same year to care for her mother who had become
critically ill. Anne Higgins had suffered from tuberculosis since before Margaret was born, but
Margaret still tried her hardest to nurse her mother back to health. All of her attempts failed and, in
March of 1896, Anne Higgins died. Margaret always believed that it was her mother's frequent
pregnancies (18 total) that led to her ill health and premature death. Realizing that it was her turn to
pitch in and help the family, Margaret stayed at home and took over most of her mother's duties.
Margaret did not mind the housework much, but it was the change in her father that she could not
handle; he had turned in to a bitter tyrant that rant the girls ragged. Margaret reconciled with her
father, but left soon after to pursue
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Margaret Sanger's Analysis
Margaret Sanger was an influential figure during the turn of the twentieth century. She was born in
1879 to a typical American family. Her parents were Irish immigrants but despite their financial
issues, Margaret went on to do amazing things for women. Margaret attended nursing school and
graduated in 1896 (Witherbee, 2005). She hosted protests and stand in's in an effort to help achieve
justice for those who otherwise wouldn't receive it. However, her main contributions to science
surround her huge strides in social reform for woman. An article by Chesler explains that after
seeing a young girl die from an illegal at home abortion, Sanger made it her personal agenda to
achieve freedom for women over their bodies. This took the form of contraception ... Show more
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With the Comstock Act lifted, Sanger was able to begin the process of creating "The Pill". She
partnered with her friend, Katherine Dexter McCormick, who was a wealthy woman. McCormick
had graduated as biology major from Massachusetts and had the knowledge and money to help
Sanger (Birth Control Pills, 1993). They also partnered with Gregory Pincus who was the head of
Experimental Biology at a university. The team set out to find an oral pill that would prevent
pregnancy. Even though not much was known about contraception at the time, it was known that the
one time a woman was guaranteed not to get pregnant was when she was already pregnant.
According to a book called "Birth Control Pills are Tested" in 1921, a physiologist named Ludwig
Haberlandt performed an experiment in which he took the ovaries of an impregnated rabbit and
transplanted them into a rabbit who wasn't pregnant. The nonpregnant rabbit was then unable to
become impregnated due to its inability to product ripe eggs proving that during pregnancy; the
ovaries released some type of hormone preventing pregnancy. It was later discovered that this
hormone was progesterone. Sanger had made a break through. If she could find a way to get this
hormone into pill form it would prevent women from becoming pregnant. In 1951 this happened. A
scientist by the name of Carl Djerassi uncovered a way to produce progesterone in the
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Margaret Roberts Research Paper

  • 1. Margaret Roberts Research Paper Margaret Hilda Roberts was born to Beatrice Roberts and Alfred Roberts on October 13th ,1925 in Grantham, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of a grocer and had a sister named Muriel Roberts. During Margaret's early years, she was introduced to politics by her father who was a member of the city's council. Margaret studied chemistry at Oxford University and in 1947, received a degree in chemistry. She worked as a research chemist in Colchester. During her youth, Thatcher was politically active and served as president of the Conservative Association at the university she attended. In 1954, Margaret attended school again to become a barrister (lawyer.) She married a wealthy businessman with the name of Denis Thatcher in 1951 and had two children (Carol Thatcher and Mark Thatcher.) ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Although she didn't get the spot, she continued her journey with the same amount of determination. In 1959, Thatcher earned a seat in the House of Commons representing Finchley. When the Labour Party was in power from 1964 to 1970, she helped numerous positions in Edward Health's shadow cabinet. During 1970, Edward became Prime Minister and Margaret was chosen to be the secretary of education. Margaret was known as "Thatcher, milk snatcher" after she eliminated the worldwide free school milk system. Her position became difficult, not because of the bad media surrounding her actions (such as eliminating the free school milk system) but because she had trouble getting the Prime Minister, Edward Heath to pay attention to her thoughts and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Biography of Margaret Sanger Essay Biography of Margaret Sanger Margaret Sanger founded a movement in this country that would institute such a change in the course of our biological history that it is still debated today. Described by some as a "radiant rebel", Sanger pioneered the birth control movement in the United States at a time when Victorian hypocrisy and oppression through moral standards were at their highest. Working her way up from a nurse in New York's poor Lower East Side to the head of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Margaret Sanger was unwavering in her dedication to the movement that would eventually result in lower infant mortality rates and better living conditions for the impoverished. But, because of the way that her political ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Margaret was exceptionally bright in school and her father pleaded with her to go back. Margaret refused. Margaret's two older sisters, Mary and Nan, offered to pay for the cost of a private school out of their paychecks if Margaret agreed to wait tables for her room and board. So, in 1896 Margaret ended up at Claverack, one of the first coeducational schools in the East. It was there that her natural leadership skills blossomed in the form popularity and pranks (Miller 199–203). After graduation, Margaret taught first grade in a public school in New Jersey; she loved it. Unfortunately, Margaret had to leave her job that same year to care for her mother who had become critically ill. Anne Higgins had suffered from tuberculosis since before Margaret was born, but Margaret still tried her hardest to nurse her mother back to health. All of her attempts failed and, in March of 1896, Anne Higgins died. Margaret always believed that it was her mother's frequent pregnancies (18 total) that led to her ill health and premature death. Realizing that it was her turn to pitch in and help the family, Margaret stayed at home and took over most of her mother's duties. Margaret did not mind the housework much, but it was the change in her father that she could not handle; he had turned in to a bitter tyrant that rant the girls ragged. Margaret reconciled with her father, but left soon after to pursue ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Margaret Sanger's Analysis Margaret Sanger was an influential figure during the turn of the twentieth century. She was born in 1879 to a typical American family. Her parents were Irish immigrants but despite their financial issues, Margaret went on to do amazing things for women. Margaret attended nursing school and graduated in 1896 (Witherbee, 2005). She hosted protests and stand in's in an effort to help achieve justice for those who otherwise wouldn't receive it. However, her main contributions to science surround her huge strides in social reform for woman. An article by Chesler explains that after seeing a young girl die from an illegal at home abortion, Sanger made it her personal agenda to achieve freedom for women over their bodies. This took the form of contraception ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With the Comstock Act lifted, Sanger was able to begin the process of creating "The Pill". She partnered with her friend, Katherine Dexter McCormick, who was a wealthy woman. McCormick had graduated as biology major from Massachusetts and had the knowledge and money to help Sanger (Birth Control Pills, 1993). They also partnered with Gregory Pincus who was the head of Experimental Biology at a university. The team set out to find an oral pill that would prevent pregnancy. Even though not much was known about contraception at the time, it was known that the one time a woman was guaranteed not to get pregnant was when she was already pregnant. According to a book called "Birth Control Pills are Tested" in 1921, a physiologist named Ludwig Haberlandt performed an experiment in which he took the ovaries of an impregnated rabbit and transplanted them into a rabbit who wasn't pregnant. The nonpregnant rabbit was then unable to become impregnated due to its inability to product ripe eggs proving that during pregnancy; the ovaries released some type of hormone preventing pregnancy. It was later discovered that this hormone was progesterone. Sanger had made a break through. If she could find a way to get this hormone into pill form it would prevent women from becoming pregnant. In 1951 this happened. A scientist by the name of Carl Djerassi uncovered a way to produce progesterone in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Margaret Atwood Feminist Literature Margaret Atwood: a Social Activist Through Feminist Literature The 1980s signified the continuation of an era of social and political upheaval in the United States of America. At the forefront was a socially conservative agenda that aimed to rescind women's rights only ratified less than a decade before, a marked display of the nation's desire to uphold traditional values that defined the preceding generation (Françoise). Among the devastating political climate, however, was Margaret Atwood: a voice that refused to be silenced, a progressive storyteller who interwove her writings with feminist themes that pushed boundaries and defied the status quo (Napierkowski). Her prolific writing career is full of poems, essays, short–stories, and novels that have permanently altered the perception of Canadian literature, while never ceasing to shed light on pertinent cultural and social issues. Margaret Eleanor Atwood was born on November 18, 1939 in Ottawa, Canada. As a child, she moved back and forth from Toronto and rural northern Canada, at the same time fostering a passion for writing at an early age. She would later earn bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Toronto and Radcliffe College, respectively. In addition, Atwood has held various teaching positions at universities throughout North America ("Editors"). She is internationally recognized as one of Canada's most prolific and impactful writers, most recently winning the PEN Center USA Lifetime Achievement Award in 2017 ("Awards"). Perhaps Atwood's earliest influence can be found in her upbringing. Her exposure to both metropolitan Toronto and rural Quebec created a colorful childhood, absent of the comfortable monotony that plagues the youth of others. Her father, an entomologist and avid reader, helped cultivate in his daughter a love of nature (Biography.com). Atwood expressed how her parents challenged gender roles in a 1978 interview with The New York Times: They expected me to make use of my intelligence and abilities and did not pressure me into getting married ... remember that all this was taking place in the 1950s, when marriage was seen as the only desirable goal. My mother is a very lively person who would rather skate ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Margaret Sanger: A Life Of Passion Jean H. Baker's book, Margaret Sanger: A life of Passion, tells the evolution of Maggie Higgins, a child born to a catholic mother and a rebellious father in Corning, New York, to Margaret Sanger, pioneer of women's reproductive rights and strong advocate for birth control across America. This book would be of interest to anyone who wishes to learn about the origins of birth control and its effects on the ongoing controversy surrounding women's reproductive rights. Those who wish to know more about Sanger's personal and family life would also greatly enjoy this book. This book was written with the intent to inform people about Margaret Sanger and her life from start to finish. She focus the majority of the book on Sanger's crusade for women's reproductive rights, but does not neglect the details of Sanger's personal life. Baker gives the reader insight into Sanger's origins, as well as her marriage, affairs, and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The two quickly bonded over being the children of immigrant parents, Sanger's from Ireland and Bill's from Berlin. The two also shared a wariness of organized religion and a support of the socialist party. Throughout Bill's courting of Sanger she was suffering from a rare and deadly form of tuberculosis, the same disease that killed Sanger's mother. This may have prompted Sanger's willingness the marry Bill before she finished her schooling. Soon after their marriage Sanger became pregnant with her first son Stuart Sanger. This pregnancy was hard on Sanger, as she was fighting tuberculosis at the same time. The birth of her son was no better for Sanger as the doctor was inexperienced and Sanger was unwell. After the birth of her son she suffered from postpartum depression, something not understood by the doctors of the time who accused Sanger of being callous and unnatural. Sanger's negative experiences with pregnancy influenced her views on birth control ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Informative Essay On Margaret Sanger Margaret Sanger, a militant determined to push her cause and see her dreams fulfilled. I admire her for her will and determination to pass what she believed was right; fighting the people keeping her down. She believed in birth control and the idea women control their own bodies. Her target groups might have been considered "racist", but she pushed to help women. I believe in birth control and cutting out unwanted pregnancies. Women deserve to choose if they want to be a mother or not. Birth control is right to use if you have been raped, not mentally capable of being a mother and not have the control to be a mother. Every child born should be wanted and not just here; no child deserves to be abused or mistreated. "Margaret Sanger was an early feminist and women's rights activist who coined the term "birth control" and worked towards its legalization" (bibliography, 2014). Ms. Sanger was born to Anne Higgins on September 14, 1879, in Corning, New York. Sanger was one of eleven children that were born to Ms. Higgins. She had the concept ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Also in 1914 ", she coined the term "birth control" and soon began to provide women with information and contraceptives" (People & Events). Sanger drew in trouble for the content of this magazine and fled to England so she doesn't spend five years in jail. She learned the concept of diagrams and brought them back with her to America. Margaret returned to America in October 1915 after the charges have been executed. She divorced Mr. Sanger. In 1916 Sanger opened the first birth–control clinic. She was arrested for opening this clinic. This did not keep her down. She founded the American Birth Control League in 1921. Sanger spent a great amount of her life campaigning for birth control. In 1923 She opened the first birth control clinic Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau. Around 1923 she married her second husband J. Noah H. Slee who was an oil ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Margaret Thatcher's Rhetorical Analysis June 11th, 2004, Margaret Thatcher, Great Britain's former prime minister, gave a eulogy for Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher had worked together often during his presidency from 1981–1989. In the respectful and reminiscent eulogy, Margaret Thatcher utilizes rhetorical appeals, anaphora, and counterpoints in order to honor Ronald Reagan as a great American leader. Thatcher uplifts American citizens by appealing to their feelings about the former president. She describes Reagan as "[carrying] the American people" through the hardships the nation faced. This reminds the audience of how much he cared about the citizens, and how he reacted when the nation needed him most. People should respect him because of his great leadership and efforts to help his country. Thatcher also depicts ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She describes Reagan as a "great president, a great American, and a great man" that she and America had lost. The repetition of "great" emphasizes the roles she lists after, and that he fulfilled each well. She directs people's thoughts towards his accomplishments when he was alive. Thatcher also discusses how he fought to establish the "free world, and to free the slaves" trapped in communism. This stresses the impact he was able to have, not just in his country, but also all over the world. By saying he was "freeing" people from communism, she establishes the communist countries as an evil that people need to be saved from, an idea which she continues later in the eulogy. Lastly, she details how Ronald Reagan won support from "every class and every nation" for his policies. This creates a united support for Reagan and what he stood for from American citizens and those throughout the world. It shows that he was such a great leader everyone, even people who weren't under his power, agreed with him. Thatcher uses repetition to emphasize Reagan's impact on the nation and the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Margaret Sanger Research Paper Margaret Sanger is one of the top ten most influential women in united states history for her role as an American Birth Control Activist. Margaret fought adamantly for women's rights throughout her life, becoming the first to open a Birth Control Clinic in the U.S. One of 11 children, Margaret saw her mother have many miscarriages, leading to her belief that this trauma had a negative impact on her mother's health, and caused her to have an early death, at the age of 40 or 50. Shortly after moving to New York City with her husband in 1910, Margaret joined the Women's Committee of New York Socialist Party as well as the Liberal Club, becoming a big supporter of the industrial workers of the world union. As a big advocate, Margaret was known to have supported and been involved in several of the unions strikes. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... While also working as a nurse in a predominantly poor neighborhood, Margaret treated many women who had attempted to self–terminate pregnancies as well as those who had gone through illegal back–alley abortions.Around this time, Margaret started to dream of an easier and safer alternative, envisioning a pill that could be taken to prevent pregnancy from ever occurring, and thus saving these women from being forced to undergo unsafe and illegal operations. It is because of these beliefs that she began the fight to make birth control information and contraceptives widely available to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Margaret Sanger Women Introduction Women and the New Race was written by Margaret Sanger, a birth control advocate in 1920 to advocate for women freedom. During those time women in the US were taken like slaves and denied the right to vote, own property or acquire higher education among others. Sanger also supported the use of contraceptives to reduce overpopulation. She pointed that women should have freedom to control their body and choose when to become a mother; they should have freedom to control their own reproductive system. The thesis statement for this paper will be the freedom of women to have control over their reproductive system is the basis for the whole world freedom. Question 1 The thesis is that freedom for women to control their reproductive system ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Sanger feels that the church and the state have abandoned the issues of contraceptives. She blames the church for keeping sex matters in the dark. She claims that the church and the state denying woman freedom to use contraceptives are simply because they have no idea what she is going through and the hands of abortionist that awaits her. Failure of women to use contraceptives make them opt for abortion which endangers their life and can cause sterility, anemia, endometritis and even death. As a result women who lack enough income continue to suffer as they struggle to raise their children or even start working before they have recovered (Eliot ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Margaret Atwood Research Paper Margaret Eleanor Atwood was the second child of Carl Edmund Atwood and Margaret Dorothy Killam. She was born on November 18, 1939, in Ottawa. An academic entomologist is her farther profession, which caused the family to move and raise Margaret in Ottawa, Sault Ste Marie, and Toronto due to her father's research. From the age of sixteen, Margaret has had the attention of pursuing writing as her lifetime career. Her growth in Toronto continued, and after studying at Victoria University in Toronto for four years, she earned her bachelor of arts. Furthermore, a year later, she acquired her master's degree in English literature from Radcliffe College in Massachusetts. Margaret Atwood currently lives in Toronto with her partner who is a Canadian ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Margaret Sanger Biography Essay Margaret Sanger was one of the most influential women of the progressive era. While both a suffragist and an avid women's rights advocate, she worked tirelessly on her goal to create a safe and effective birth control method, though many people thought her work to be evil and sacrilegious. But despite her opposition, she was in the end successful and inspired countless others in the process through her selfless work and her desire to help others. Sanger grew up in a large family and while working as a nurse, she saw first the many problems that overpopulation was causing and had the potential to cause (Sanger). In the 1910s, Sanger began to publish articles on birth control, and initiated the National Birth Control League (Women in the Progressive ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She believed it was her duty to "place motherhood on a higher level than enslavement and accident" (Sanger) and in doing so, make motherhood an option. Up to this point in history, that was considered a woman's duty to have and raise children, but Sanger saw things differently. Sanger saw the desperation of the women who had more children than they could handle and wanted to make a difference. Sanger collected 250,000 letters from women and published them in a book called Motherhood in Bondage, which contained messages from these women. One particularly moving one reads "I have two small children twenty months apart, the baby now seven weeks old and am twenty–one years myself. You might know what this means to me to care for two babies at this age when it simply stopped my being with my friends who can still be free to go, although I would do anything for my two children to help them go through a decent life. I am constantly living in fear of becoming pregnant again so soon" (I am a prisoner). This seems to be an accurate account of motherhood in this time period and shows the great need for birth control which Sanger responded to with her continuous work. By creating the ability to control the number of children a woman had, Sanger enabled families to escape the financial and health troubles that often ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Margaret Sanger Research Paper Important facts are missing from our history books. Mainly women are missing from our history books. The focus will be on three specific women, Margaret Sanger, Wu Zetian, and Murasaki Shikibu were the three magnificent women that contributed to history. Margaret Sanger, a birth control activist. Born on September 14, 1879 Sanger was one of eleven children born (National Women's History Museum). Other than the children born, Sanger's mother had seven miscarriages (National Women's History Museum). Sanger's family lived in poverty as Sanger's father preferred to drink and talk politics than keep a steady job (National Women's History Museum). When Sanger was 19 Sanger's mother died of Tuberculosis (National Women's History Museum). Over ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Under pressure of her court Zetian relinquished her crown to her son Li Xian3 (Empress Wu Zetian of Tang Dynasty). In the same month of November Zetian died peacefully at age eighty (FitzGerald, Charles Patrick). Zetian marked the beginning of women's rights because Zetian ruled when women were not a source of power. Murasaki Shikibu, is said to be first ever author. Born on an uncertain date "sometime in the mid–970's," (Lady Murasaki Shikibu Biography) Shikibu was a prodigy from a young age. Shikibu's father even once stated "'If only you were a boy, how happy I should be!'" (Murasaki Shikibu). Shikibu's brother paled in comparison in the circumstances of learning (Murasaki Shikibu). Shikibu's father, in effect, let Shikibu study with Shikibu's brother (Murasaki Shikibu). In Shikibu's early twenties Shikibu got married to a distant ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Margaret Atwood Research Paper Margaret Atwood Margaret Atwood is one of the most well known Canadian authors of all time. She has countless awards such as the Governor General's Award, Los Angeles Times Fiction Award, Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, and many more all for her terrific works as well as her works in activism. Margaret Atwood was born in Ottawa, Ontario on November 18, 1939. Born to Margaret Dorothy a dietitian and Carl Edmund Atwood an entomologist. Atwood was born the second of their three children. Due to her father's research, Atwood spent her most of her childhood in the forests of Ontario and Northern Quebec. Due to this she did not attend school full time till she turned eight when her family moved to Toronto Where Carl Atwood took a job at ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In 1957 she started to study at The University of Toronto. She published her stories, poems and articles in the school's newspaper called Acta Victoriana. In 1961 she graduated from Victoria College with a Bachelor of Arts in English. In 1961 Atwood began school at Harvard and received the E. J. Pratt Medal for her articles she wrote for Acta Victoriana. In 1962 she graduated from Harvard and achieved a master's degree in English. After graduating from Harvard Atwood began teaching at the University of British Columbia in the year 1965–1967 as well as Sir George William University from 1967–1968, University of Alberta 1969–1970, York University 1971–1972, and finally the University of Alabama in 1985. All this time she remained to write and publish her stories, poems, and articles. Since the end of her teaching career Atwood has written many notable publications such as The Handmaid's Tale, Oryx and Crake, The Blind Assassin, and several more. She has also written over 15 published poem books and many more texts such as short stories, and articles and has even written an Opera. Atwood has also done humanitarian work and was named Humanist of the Year for her works for feminism and the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. The Handmaid's Tale By Margaret Atwood "The Handmaid's Tale" Theme In "The Handmaid's Tale," Margaret Atwood exaggerates the situations that people are facing in present time. In this novel, Margaret created a world named Gilead that seems to have rules and regulations for everybody; but in reality, they are not applied equally. Narrator of this story is a handmaid. Her name is Offred. She shares her experience, that she was brought into a house as a handmaid by the commander to give birth to his child. This novel explores many themes, and one of them is that the world is ruled by people with money and power. To begin with, money defines the power of a person. For instance, the commanders own huge houses that narrator explains as, "Late Victorian ... a family house, built for large rich family" (9). They represent a rich powerful society, who rules that place. Commander's wife gets a special treatment for being a wife of a powerful person. To be specific, narrator Offred includes, "You don't see the commander's wives on the sidewalks. Only in cars" (24). Therefore, commander's wives have more power than other women. On the other hand, handmaids represent a poor powerless society. To illustrate, Offred shares her experience through flashback as she states, "We slept in what once had been the gymnasium" (3). Handmaids do not even have a house, and lives a poor life. To differentiate their status in society, handmaids are labeled and forced to wear only red clothes with red veil on face. To emphasize, Offred includes, "the color of blood, which defines us" (8). This color is given to them because they are a low class and they are used as a machine to make babies. Atwood the writer of this story named the handmaid as Offred, because she is powerless. In "Margaret Atwood on What 'The Handmaid's Tale's Means in the Age of Trump", Margaret Atwood defines that Offred means, "victim offered for sacrifice" (2017). In other words, commanders are rich and in power, but handmaid are powerless and a sacrificing object– to be offered to of commanders. Therefore, they are using their power to rule over people for self–benefit. Moreover, the rich use the poor for their pleasure and comfort. For instance, commanders use handmaids as prostitutes. To make this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. The Handmaid's Tale By Margaret Atwood I made that up. It didn't happen that way. Here's what happened. – p. 301 It didn't happen that way either. I'm not sure how it happened; not exactly. – p. 303 I really admire Margaret Atwood for incorporating questions a reader has while reading the novel and somehow answering it through this writing technique. Unlike other authors who tell their story without room for the reader to question the story's reliability, Atwood does exactly that. Offred often brings up that what this is a retelling, a reconstruction of events encouraging the reader to actually analyze whether they believe her story or not. For me, this style of writing has influenced me into thinking that since this is a point that she brings up often, there is some reliability ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Years earlier, Offred had visited with Luke, cheating on his wife and here she was again with the Commander, also cheating on his wife. The irony between the two times has really allowed me to witness how little Offred has changed compared to the immense changes that have occurred in society. Perhaps Margaret Atwood wanted to transfer this message to her readers or maybe she just wanted to allow the reader to easily follow this devastating tale. In any case, this technique worked well for me throughout the span of the novel. Different Uses of Similar Vocabulary With that man you wanted it to work, work out. Working out was also something you did to keep your body in shape. – p. 262 More waiting. Lady in waiting: that's what they used to call those store where you could buy maternity clothes. Woman in waiting sounds more like someone in a train station. Waiting is also a place: it is wherever you wait. – p. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. margaret sanger Essay Nearly 70 years ago, one woman pioneered one of the most radical and transforming political movements of the century. Through the life that she led and the lessons she taught us, many know her as the "one girl revolution". Though Margaret Sanger's revolution may be even more controversial now than during her 50–year career of national and international battles, her opinions can teach us many lessons. Due to her strong influence in history, our society has increased health awareness for women, made sexual protection a choice for all people, and also introduced family modification as a choice for mankind. Having gone through the hardships that she did, Margaret Sanger developed her own theories and beliefs about health in women. Through the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In addition to the articles she composed, Margaret Sanger decided to make sexual protection an option for all people. Previously, contraceptives and spermicides were only distributed to those who had information on the matter and access to them (Margaret 1). Sanger was past 80 when she saw the first marketing of a contraceptive pill, which she had helped develop, although legal change was slow. It took until 1965, a year before her death, for the Supreme Court to approve the use of contraception, but Sanger had accomplished a goal (Margaret 1). Now, contraceptives were available to all women, in all walks of life, regardless of their financial situations. In her mind, poor mental development was largely the result of poverty, overpopulation and the lack of attention to children. This was definitely one of the reasons why Sanger desired to make protection available to lower class citizens, along with the wealthy. Although she had met her goal of legalizing birth control, Margaret Sanger still desired to assist women who were already pregnant but didn't wish to keep the child. After returning from a national tour in 1916, Sanger opened the nation's first birth control clinic in Brownsville, Brooklyn (Katz 1). This, however, was a minor advancement considering that the clinic was raided in its first nine days of operation and she was taken to prison. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Margaret Thatcher Quote the quote i chose was by margaret thatcher and it states ¨you may have to fight a battle more than once to win it¨. i believe in some ways this quote is true because a person can not succeed if they just give up. to me this quote tells me to keep trying and to not give up the first sign of trouble. no one can succeed the first time it takes time and effort. because to be good at anything you need to work hard.then after your hard work and dedication you could reach your goals set by you or anybody else. i would think thatcher was most likely trying to inspire people to reach their goals and to not give up no matter how hard it is or how big the obstacles are. a person should never give up no matter how hard the task may be because it will ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... that would mean the writer achieved their goal by inspiring many people with their powerful quote. when i read this quote i feel as if something was missing it could be a few words or an entire sentence.but to me it dose not seem like she was interrupted and did not get to finish but that's ok because it is still a great quote.i hope this quote has inspired thousands of people like it has inspired me.and even if it only inspired me margaret thatcher still inspired one person and that makes her a successful quote writer person.and margaret thatcher was also successful because she was the first female british prime minister in 1925 thru 2013.so she was a pretty interesting and succesfull femail ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Margaret Atwood's Duality Margaret Eleanor Atwood popularly known as Margaret Atwood is a Canadian writer, poet, essayist, literary critic and an environmental activist. She is has been awarded a number of prizes including the Booker Prize, Arthur C. Clarke Award, the Governor General's Award, etc. In Violent Duality: A Study of Margaret Atwood, Sherrill Grace wrote that Atwood's works are "the pull towards art on one hand and towards life on the other". She further explains that Atwood has always been well aware of her subjects irrespective of its gender or type and thus always worked within them. One of the most remarkable features of Atwood's poetry is the duality which is presented through separation, says The Art of Margaret Atwood: Essays in Criticism. Atwood's work beautifully elaborated the idea of alienation and the need for human communication. She tries to draw the attention of the audience towards the need of a balanced society or a communicating structure for humans. The suffering in her works, especially around the female character, was the result of her experience with the women who generally suffered in some on the other way, she explained. Although she started as a political writer but eventually turned towards writing the novels and poems in order to describe the world around her in words. Atwood's most celebrated works ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The story revolves around a young woman named Marian McAlpin, who works in a market research company. She used to stay with her friend Ainsley in Toronto. Marian, who was dating a guy named Peter, is shown as a structured and consumer–oriented woman who eventually loses her focus and searches for an escape from her surroundings. The story showcases her detachment from the reality and gradually she comes back and her efforts to maintain stability in her life. The theme of alienation is quite prominent in the plot and can be seen since the very beginning of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Informative Speech : Margaret Sanger Informative Speech Topic: Margaret Sanger General Purpose: To inform of one of Times 100 people who changed the world Specific Purpose: To inform of the impact of Margaret Sanger Thesis: Margaret Sanger changed the world by rallying for the availability and use of contraceptives for all women. I. Introduction A. Attention Getter: "No woman can call herself free who does not own and control her body. No woman can call herself free until she can choose consciously whether she will or will not be a mother." –Margaret Sanger B. Relevance Statement: According to the CDC, 62% of women of reproductive age are currently using a contraceptive. This number has drastically risen over the years as a result of advanced medicine and availability to all women. This would not have been possible without the work and dedication of Margaret Sanger. C. Thesis Statement: Margaret Sanger changed the world by rallying for the availability and use of contraceptives for all women. D. Credibility Statement: 1. I have done research on the topic of Margaret Sanger's life and work. 2. I am an American woman who has used contraception. E. Preview of Main Points: 1. Sanger's background. 2. Sanger's work. 3. Advances Sanger made in contraceptive rights for women. II. Body A. Margaret Sanger was born Margaret Higgins in New York in 1879. 1. She was born to an Irish father, and Irish–American mother. a. As a free–thinker and iconoclast, Sanger's father influenced much of her behavior. b. She grew ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Margaret Sanger 's Margaret Louise Sanger According to the biography, "Margaret Louise Sanger" (2007), Margaret was born on September 14, 1879 in Corning, New York. She was born to her parents, Anne Purcell and Michael Hennessey Higgins, who were Irish Catholic Immigrants. Shortly after the birth of her eleventh child, Anne Purcell died from tuberculosis; Margaret was nineteen ("The Pill" n.d.). While Margaret was the sixth of eleven children, she and her first husband, William Sanger, had three children together ("Margaret Louise Sanger" 2007). After a long life of nursing and advocating, Margaret died in Tucson, Arizona on September 6, 1966. Margaret Sanger devoted her life to make contraceptives and abortions available and legal for all women. Margaret was raised Catholic, and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Although there are many supporters of Margaret Sanger's efforts, there are also people who combat these efforts by mentioning Sanger's original mission which was to use "birth control as a means of reducing genetically transmitted mental and physical defects" as mentioned in Jennifer Chesworth's article entitled "Margaret Sanger" (2005). Chesworth also mentioned how different her views were from that of Nazi Germany, which was mostly based on "reactionary eugenics". One of Margaret's most popular projects, which was co–founded with W.E.B. Du Bois, was "The Negro Project". Due to segregation, birth control clinics in the South were closed to black women. The goal of this project was to open birth control clinics staffed by black doctors and nurses that also doubled as education centers for these women (Gandy 2015). According to Jennifer Chesworth's article, "Margaret Sanger" (2005), Sanger opened the first birth–control clinic in 1916 in Brooklyn, New York. Due to the clinic's opening, she and her staff were arrested. When they were released, they opened the second clinic, called the Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau. Here, females doctors and social workers were hired to research contraceptives and their effectiveness. Later, she founded the American Birth Control Federation which then turned into the Birth Control Federation of American. The Birth Control Federation of American was the precursor to the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. Dehumanized By Margaret Atwood In today's society, especially in the American education system, there is often an emphasis placed more on math and science, rather than the arts. Similar to Marc Slouka's central argument in "Dehumanized", Atwood agrees that capitalism has led to a culture where it is almost shameful to pursue the arts and humanities. This conflict is reflected in Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake, where the protagonist struggles to clutch onto the seemingly intangible value of the arts amidst a capitalist society where scientific innovation is encouraged. However, even after this society's eradication of anything that cannot turn a profit, Crake's genetic modification, and the destruction of almost the entire human race, the efforts to eliminate the arts were still not effective. In this way, Atwood argues that it is not wise to attempt to eradicate the arts because the need for self– expression through arts and emotions is embedded in what defines humanity. Atwood uses Oryx and Crake as a vehicle to stress the importance of valuing the arts and humanities in a capitalist society, specifically in the education system. After high school, Jimmy attends an arts and humanities school, which is clearly underfunded and looked down upon. The Martha Graham Academy, considered the laughing stock of colleges, was quite literally "falling apart" (185). The underfunding of perhaps the only arts and humanities school left in this society reflects how useless the general public deems studying this field ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Margaret Thatcher Research Paper Known as the 'Iron Lady', Margaret Thatcher certainly lived up to her moniker. She was strong, smart, and helped Britain to become the great country it has grown to be. However, she was, and remains to be, a controversial figure in European history. She was the first ever woman Prime Minister in Britain, which worried a lot of people. Many citizens during this time doubted that a woman could ever successfully run a nation. Along with that, she passed laws and made decisions for the country that provoked debates and protests among the nation, led by unhappy citizens who disagreed with Thatcher's every move. During her time in power she also faced many hardships, such as a bombing that was meant to kill her. To everyone's surprise, she persevered through every criticism and problem thrown her way. Although she was regarded as controversial, and faced tough situations, Margaret Thatcher was a great leader who changed Britain for the better. Margaret Thatcher seemed like ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One of these events is the IRA bombing in 1984. On October twelfth, Margaret Thatcher was in a meeting with other conservative leaders when a bomb went off in the building. Miraculously, Thatcher walked off unharmed. Even more unbelievable, the Iron Lady insisted that the meeting continue. This decision showed her incredible strength and perseverance. It showed that she was dedicated and serious about her job as well. "The fact that the conservative conference had completed its business according to schedule was a sign not only of the failure of the attack but that all attacks to destroy democracy by terrorism would fail" (Rodrigues). After this incident, Margaret Thatcher gained a lot of sympathy, which she used to her advantage. The outcome of this hardship that she faced helped her become a stronger leader and helped her change Britain for the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Margaret Sanger's Contribution To America Margaret Sanger wasn't always as valued as she is today. Before her feminist movement she worked with slum mothers in work houses who begged for information on becoming less fertile. For example, "Margaret Sanger's experiences with slum mothers who begged for information about how to avoid more pregnancies transformed her into a social radical" (Flaherty, "The National Review"). The slum mothers stuck with more kids than they could feed lead to Margaret's study on how to stop fertility. Racial tensions during the progressive era lead to Margaret understanding the idea of population control of minority races, such as African Americans. This lead to her discovery of Birth Control. Birth control was illegal in America so after being arrested she then fled ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the midst of the Progressive Era Margaret Sanger Contributed her life career to the legalization of birth control. In the 1900's women had no voice in how many children they wanted, often forced to endure over 9 child labors. She contributed to America by having birth control, a now legal Running head: MARGARET SANGER 4 drug to prevent pregnancy in women. For example, "Margaret Sanger was a pioneering feminist who advocated the right of women to control their bodies sexually and reproductively. She educated women about contraception and worked tirelessly for its legalization" (Commire, Historic World Leaders). Margaret pushed for the allowing of abortions to unfit mothers or women not yet ready for children. One of Margaret's biggest accomplishment was the founding of Planned Parenthood. For centuries Planned Parenthood has been funded by the government to help women with birth control, early abortions and other needs for women. CONCLUSION In the Progressive Era many men and women deserve to be remembered for their accomplishments, but Margaret Sanger deserves appreciation for her large contributions to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. Margaret Sanger Research Paper Seeger 1 Lily Seeger Mr. Zona Freshman English 25 February 2016 Margaret Sanger Margaret Sanger was a very involved woman. Her mother had a total of 18 pregnancies and died at the young age of 50. Sanger was one of the 11 children. As Sanger got older she established the first birth control clinic. Sanger is a hero because she left her nursing career to devote herself to the cause of birth control, She founded Planned Parenthood Federation of America, and first thought of creating the birth control pill that many women use today, All to support her main fight for reproduction rights. Sanger went to attend nursing school in White Plains, New York. There Sanger saw lives of poor, immigrant women, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... McCormick funded the research, that yielded successful results that were declared in 1956 and authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 1960. In the Odyssey, Odysseus thought about a way to end the Trojan war which was to create a huge horse and leave it outside of the Trojans gate. He had put Soldiers in the horse which were ready to strike and kill, as the Trojans who had thought they had won were all sleeping after a long night of partying, so that night the Soldiers came out of the horse and killed all of the Trojans. Margaret Sanger is related to Odysseus because she thought of a way to control the lives of pregnant women who needed a contraceptive. And she had succeeded and finally someone created the pill she had dreamt of long ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. Margaret Sanger Essay An American sex educator, birth control activist, author, and nurse, that's who Margaret Sanger was. Sanger "created" the expression "birth control", established the first birth control clinic in the United States, and set up associations that later developed into the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. A fervent women's activist, human rights lobbyist, and supporter of sex–positivity, Sanger was additionally a eugenicist, trusting that anti–conception medication was at any rate as imperative an apparatus for restricting the generation of 'the unfit' as it was for women's freedom. Sanger concurred with numerous driving researchers and progressives of her day in attributing to purported Social Darwinism, a problematic term since it doesn't ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Central Powers included, Germany, Austria–Hungary, Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire who battled against Great Britain, France, Russia, Italy, Romania, Japan and the United States, the Allied Powers. Due to new military advancements and the repulsions of trench fighting, World War I saw unprecedented amounts of carnage and destruction. When the war was finished, and the Allied Powers won, more than 16 million troop and civilians were dead. Margaret Sanger dedicated herself completely to the radical legislative issues and modernist values of pre–World War I Greenwich Village bohemia. She joined the Women's Committee of the New York Socialist party, participated in strikes within the labor actions of the Industrial Workers of the World and ended up included with nearby scholarly people, social activists, left–wing craftsmen, and socialists including, Emma Goldman, Upton Sinclair, Mabel Dodge and John Reed. Amid World War I, when numerous U.S. servicemen were determined to have venereal diseases. The government's reaction incorporated an against venereal ailment crusade that confined sex and contraception as issues of general wellbeing and real points of logical research. For the first time the U.S. government institution had engaged in supporting, open talks on sexual issues; as an outcome, contraception changed from an ethics issue to a general wellbeing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Margaret Thatcher Research Paper A sophisticated, brilliant women strode through the doors of 10 Downing Street ready to take her country back. Margaret Thatcher was the first woman Prime Minister of Great Britain who was known for her strong, conservative beliefs giving her the name of "The Iron Lady". Even though she willingly resigned under scrutiny, Thatcher returned great glory to Britain because she had sensational foreign policies that displayed British power and strong domestic policies showing what it truly means to be a british citizen. Thatcher held a strong relationship with key world leaders due to her powerful policies. Margaret Thatcher started her well–accomplished political career off at Oxford University. She studied law and became president of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Thatcher started off with strong social and domestic policies but weak economic and foreign policy. Thatcher and her foreign secretary, Peter Carrington were known to get into heated arguments when discussing foreign affairs. Today we know that Thatcher had some of the most best foreign policies as a leader but what we don't know is that Carrington was the backbone of this. 2 years into her leadership, Margaret was failing her country. She had little to no control over her "trusted" cabinet and for the most part, her policies had failed the people. She started an economic revolution in 1981 by re–shuffling her cabinet. Margaret Thatcher kept her hardworking, self–made men and women while she released the soft and entitled ones. She immediately saw success with the inflation rate and the GDP numbers go in better directions. She was finally out of her worst year in office, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 53. Margaret Sanger : A Hero In The Life Of Margaret Sanger Margaret Sanger hero? Or has her enemies changed her true motives? Some say she was out to better the world, but some even would argue she was out to destroy a whole race, throughout Margaret Sanger's childhood, her intentions only were to achieve a positive evolutionary uplifting, with aging did she lose this true goal in making the world better? Could it have been her true intentions to choose the targets she did for her desires of which she was planning to transform the world or was there more? There were a lot of controversy and issues surrounding Margaret Sanger specifically what she truly was out to do, but there is always going to be lying within the truth. Sanger was born on September 14, 1879, in Corning, New York, with the name of Margaret Higgins. From the very beginning Margaret Sanger was against large family households. She grew up in a very immense family of eleven siblings with her very religious mother, Anne Higgins, who was a hard working woman who pushed young Sanger into the Roman Catholic religion and her free minded father, Michael Higgins, who worked as a stonemason and put his best efforts in his family but would much rather talk about politics and drink. Margaret would only follow in her father's footsteps wanting to speak of politics nevertheless she did strive for the strength of belief in something greater than herself. She could only imagine, although she knew somehow she was going to impact the world. Sanger attended St.mary's grade school in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 55. The Life and Works of Margaret Atwood An Examination the Life and Works of Margaret Atwood Born on November 18, 1939, Margaret Eleanor Atwood was raised by Carl Edmund and Margaret Dorothy Atwood ("Atwood, Margaret 1939–." Concise Major 21st Century Writers). Born in Ottawa and raised in Toronto she spent the larger part of her youth in Canada ("Atwood, Margaret (1939–)."Gothic Literature: A Gale Critical Companion). As a young child she was raised in an intellectually stimulating environment and was encouraged to pursue a life in which education is highly valued ("Atwood, Margaret." British, Irish, and Commonwealth Poets). Her childhood played a pivotal role in her future life, including her works, beliefs, and goals. Raised by an entomologist, her fondness of nature most was likely extended to her from her father through means of family trips to the isolated safe havens of Quebec and Ontario. These locations were the subject of her father's study and research ("Atwood, Margaret." British, Irish, and Commonwealth Poets). From the year 1957 to 1961 she worked on her undergraduate degree in English at Victoria college at the University of Toronto. Whilst studying there, Atwood became influenced by Canadian poet Jay MacPherson and by Northrop Frye. They encouraged Atwood to write poetry in her early writing career and pointed her toward using biblical and mythological symbols and archetype, which are still prevalent in her writing ("Atwood, Margaret." British, Irish, and Commonwealth Poets). During that time ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 57. Margaret Elizabeth And Thatchernomics Margaret Thatcher, was the first female prime minister of the United Kingdom in 1979. She was known as "The iron lady". The name represents her roles in politics, as a strong and courageous woman, while some people argued that she was only a witch and not decent. When she passed away, these people celebrated by saying " Ding dong the witch is dead". Thatcher was an extreme right wing. During in the road of her politics, Thatcher made a good relationship with Ronald Reagan, the president of the US. Reagan was a former second grade movie actor before entering the parliament. "The great communicator", referring him as he was good at speaking and persuading. Both Thatcher and Reagan had similar views ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... To busting the unions and develop the economy in the country, she believes that it is best to cut down government spending, such as welfares and social services. Therefore, the nation could storage and increase more money. For example, she took away milk that was provided for free for elementary school students in which she thought it was reasonable to do and nothing wrong with it. In terms of labors, not only she took away jobs from the working class but she provided benefits for the rich. However, in 1984, Thatcher wanted to shut down coal mines even though there were a lot of coals available still at that time. It is believed that her claims did not make sense as if only she needed to create more profits and wipe out the labor unions including the miners. However, the workers knew what was going to happen, so they decided to go for strikes but unfortunately they failed to Thatcher in the end in which 20,000 mining workers were injured, around 200 imprisoned and about a thousand got kicked out of the job. As a result, the mining union workers and other working class were struggle, unemployed, and hopeless due to her ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 59. Margaret Roberts Essay Margaret Roberts attended Huntingtower Road Primary School and won a scholarship to Kesteven and Grantham Girls' School.[6] Her school reports showed hard work and continual improvement; her extracurricular activities included the piano, field hockey, poetry recitals, swimming and walking.[7][8] She was head girl in 1942–1943. In her upper sixth year she applied for a scholarship to study chemistry at Somerville College, Oxford, but she was initially rejected and was offered a place only after another candidate withdrew.[10][11] Roberts arrived at Oxford in 1943 and graduated in 1947 with Second–Class Honours in the four–year Chemistry Bachelor of Science degree, specialising in X–ray crystallography under the supervision of Dorothy Hodgkin.[12][13] ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She was influenced at university by political works such as Friedrich von Hayek's The Road to Serfdom (1944), which condemned economic intervention by government as a precursor to an authoritarian state.[19] After graduating, Roberts moved to Colchester in Essex to work as a research chemist for BX Plastics.[20] In 1948 she applied for a job at ICI, but was rejected after the personnel department assessed her as "headstrong, obstinate and dangerously self–opinionated".[21] Roberts joined the local Conservative Association and attended the party conference at Llandudno in 1948, as a representative of the University Graduate Conservative Association.[22] One of her Oxford friends was also a friend of the Chair of the Dartford Conservative Association in Kent, who were looking for candidates.[22] Officials of the association were so impressed by her that they asked her to apply, even though she was not on the Conservative party's approved list: she was selected in January 1951, at age twenty–five, and added to the approved list post ante.[23] At a dinner following her formal adoption as Conservative candidate for Dartford in February 1951 she met Denis Thatcher, a successful and wealthy divorced businessman, who drove her to her Essex train.[22][23] In preparation for the election Roberts moved to Dartford, where she supported herself by working as a research chemist for J. Lyons and Co. in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 61. Essay on Margaret Hilda Thatcher Margaret Hilda Thatcher Margaret Hilda Thatcher's overwhelming sense of self–confidence and ambition ruled her life from the time she was a small child in Grantham, though her Oxford years and during her early years in politics. It led her to become the first female Prime Minister of Great Britain, and also helped through her difficult political years as "Attila the Hun". Britain's first female Prime Minister was born on October 13, 1925 in a small room over a grocer's shop in Grandham, England. Margaret Hilda was the second daughter of Alfred and Beatrice Roberts. She often stated that she was brought up very strictly: I owe everything in my life to two things: a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... She enjoyed the tough verbal conflict of parliamentary debates. She had a quick mind and an even quicker tongue, along with an enormous self–confidence. She liked to fight and liked to win. In 1975, the Conservatives were the first party in Britain to chose a woman as leader and potential Prime Minister: It was the backbenchers, not the Leader, or his Shadow Cabinet, who forced a ballot, and it was a backbenchers– candidate who emerged triumphant from it. When the election was announced on January 23, and in the first ballot Margaret had the support of only one member of a Shadow Cabinet of 23 she was regarded with suspicion by most of those managing the party machine at Central Office, and opposed by many in the National Union. In short, she was an anti– establishment candidate. Her campaign manager was a backbencher, backbenchers of varying shades of opinion made up her campaign committee who voted decisively for change(Gardiner, 1975, p.204). In May 1979, Thatcher became the first female Prime Minister of Great Britain. Her party won again in 1983 and 1987. Thatcher resigned as Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party in November 1990, after loosing the support of the party. She remained in the House of Commons until 1992. In the same year, Thatcher was made a Baroness by the queen and became a member of the House of Lords. Abse, author of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 63. The Handmaid's Tale By Margaret Atwood The Handmaid's Tale is the story of a young woman living in a futuristic society in which women have no rights. Her only purpose on earth is to reproduce. Women are forbidden from having jobs, wearing provocative clothing, voting, or even reading. This insightful novel by Margaret Atwood supports feminism by giving a clear and terrifying example of what life has been, and could be like without the rights that we've become accustomed to. At first this novel seems nothing more then a fantasy, just a bad dream. Certainly not anything that could happen in the real world. However this is ignorance talking. In Margaret Atwood's collection of essays "Writing With Intent", she details her reasons for writing the novel . "The Handmaid's Tale is my book about my ancestors"(Atwood 97). She also presents the research that she put into the novel. "The first had to do with the literature of the Second World War...I read various books on totalitarian regimes of the present and the past...The other lot of required reading has to do with the history of the seventeenth century Puritans, especially those who ended up in the untied states"(Atwood 96). She goes on to talk about how her various readings and opinions were supported as she traveled to various countries around the world where the things that we would consider freedoms and rights were not being very strongly enforced. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The first similarity comes with the Second World War. During the war women were assigned to soldiers for the sole purpose of reproduction. These women were expected to work along side the soldier and their wives for the purpose of supporting Hitler and the continuation of the Aryan race. This bears a stringing resemblance to the Handmaid's whose sole purpose was to provide the commanders wives with children. Unfortunately this is not where the comparisons to the real life oppression of women ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 65. Margaret Sanger : Margaret Sanger And Women's Rights Movement The Roaring Twenties also know as a new era which was a great time for a revolution.We think of this "New Era" as a freedom for women. Now women were "breaking down the spheres of Victorian values (Zeitz). " In 1920, the powerful women's rights movement gave the women right to vote after so many years. Now they started to become more independent and had less restriction put into them.This time period gave rise to the flapper girls who smoke, drank, and had sex as they pleased.Many women became rebels, where they started to wear short dresses and tight bathing suits which exposed their skin, and put makeup on. All these actions taken were considered immoral and disrespectful. The early 20th century was a battle between modernism and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Sanger made huge changes in how the society viewed women at that time period. She was influential to women who felt like their life revolved around giving birth only. She also gave many women birth control options which allowed them the freedom of sexuality in everyday life. Sanger advocated and fought for women's rights throughout her life. Her determination and hard work gave women social rights, which later led to their right to control their own body through birth control.She advocated repeatedly that without birth control women will never be free (Sanger). Margaret Sanger starts by arguing that controlling reproduction by practicing birth control would lead to women's freedom. Once she reproduces she cannot get away with the responsibility handed upon her which causes her to sacrifice her freedom for a long period of time. Only she has the choice of freeing her from the burden of being a mother. A free country cannot be born with a mother who has the responsibility of a child. Women cannot be considered free until she controls her own body and has the choice to become a mother or not (Sanger). Being an independent woman and making own living is not underestimated. In order to be really free women should be able to make the choice of mating without being in a relationship. One should not be restricted from having the choice of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 67. Margaret Thatcher : Early Life Margaret Thatcher Early Life On the 13th of October 1925, a young baby girl was born for a reason, simply to change the world. Born and raised in Margaret Hilda Roberts in Grantham, Lincolnshire was Margaret Roberts. She studied in Oxford University, Somerville College, and Grantham Girl's High school. Brief Biography During her term in the office, Margaret transformed almost every facet of British politics, she revitalized the economy, rebuilding the outdated establishment, and electrifying the nation's foreign policy. Margaret Thatcher challenge and did very much to topple the attitude of decline, which had become rooted in the nation. She strived for national recovery with great energy and assurance. In the development process, Margaret Thatcher became one of the founders of a conservative conviction politics school. It has a compelling and enduring impact on politics that in turn earned her a higher profile figure than any other British politician. Margaret Thatcher's government helped her to embolden wider international movements when she successfully shifted British economy to the right. With this there was a spread of democracy and improvement of free markets strengthened political and economic freedom. Margaret Thatcher became one of the world 's most dominant and well–respected political leaders, as well as one of the most controversial, aggressive, and blunt figure. 1925 – 1947 Thatcher's early life had a rather convincing role in determining her political ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 69. Margaret Sanger Research Paper Margaret Sanger's Fights for Women Rights The fight for women's rights has been going on for a long time and Margaret Sanger was one of the women who this issue was her life. Her birthday is September 14, 1879 and she was born in New York (Margaret Sanger). Sanger had ten siblings, so her childhood was very busy (Margaret Sanger). Also, Margaret has went to jail fight for women's rights(Baron 112). Margaret Sanger did many different acts that are helpful to humanity like wrote a lot of different pieces of work, started many businesses and organizations, had a lot of problems, had a lot of goals and helped in different ways. Sanger wrote a lot of different pieces of work in her lifetime. She wrote "Birth Control in America" and one autobiography (Margaret Sanger). These works that she wrote were very important to her. Also in her life she wrote "Family Limitation" (Margaret Sanger). This is when she gave women the choice on how many children they wanted to have. To help her write all of these works she had "Influential people" (Margaret Sanger). Her works improved with this help. What she is really known for is her work of "My fight for birth control" (Baron 112). She was pro–birth control all the way. Most of these works had one thing in common and that was to help women get their rights. Margaret Sanger had helped start ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... That is not the case with Margaret Sanger. One of her main goals was to put clinics in the South (Margaret Sanger). This really help out the women who got raped in the South. In her lifetime she wanted to do a lot of strikes (Baron 112). That would help raise awareness for women's rights. Her most important goal was not to become her mother (Margaret Sanger). The biggest reason of why Sanger did not want to become like her mother was childbirth killed her mother. Because of her goals, she was able to help fight for women's rights by trying to reach her ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 71. Margaret Sanger Nursing Model The history of nursing is fundamentally the foundation of nursing today. Historical nursing leaders have paved the way for our nurses in the 21st century by their views, dedication, and achievements. Not only have these leaders paved the way for nursing as a profession, but they have also instilled historical changes in health care and in our society overall. The current definition of nursing today is "the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response, advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities, and populations" (ANA, 2010c). A historical nursing leader is one that has carved this definition of nursing through their actions, values, and beliefs. Also, a historical nursing figure is an individual that has influenced and continues to influence societal trends in the nursing profession today by having developed a foundation that still has an impact on us. "The focus of nursing practice is care provided to assist individuals, families, communities, and populations" (Claros and Dean, 2013), which is exactly what Margaret Sanger's focused on in her works. Margaret is the definition of nursing and is an inspirational model and leader to female nurses in addition to females in general through her works thus is the reason we choose her as our focal point for our essay. Margaret Sanger was a nurse working in New York with immigrant ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 73. Margaret Thatcher's Influence On The Uk Margaret Thatcher, the prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990, despise being controversial, was undeniably one of the most influential British prime ministers of the twentieth century. Thatcher was the longest–serving British prime minister of the twentieth century though three undefeated general elections. She was the first female leader of the Conservative Party, the only female British prime minister, as well as the first female prime minister ever in Europe. With all these historical records and her policies such as free market, monetarism, financial deregulation, tax cuts, privatization, cutting social welfare system, and reducing the power of trade unions, Margaret Thatcher's profound influence changed the United Kingdom ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Free market, by definition, is that each exchange is undertaken as a voluntary agreement between two people or two groups (Rothbard). In other words, it is an economic system that the prices of goods and services are determined by individuals instead of the government. It's in anyway different from a socialist planned or command economy(Berlinski 116). Thatcher believed it's both efficient and free and ultimately, moral (Berlinski 115). She emphasized that free market forced individuals to take responsibility for themselves (Berlinski 116). It made individuals less dependent on government, rewarded those who created wealth, and created incentives to work. To lead Britain to free market, she put in place a series of policies that includes monetarism; financial deregulation; tax cuts; reducing government spending; privatization; and eliminating the power of trade unions (Berlinski 123). Monetarism is an approach to control inflation rate. Thatcher believed that inflation is not only a problem, but an evil, due to two reasons. The first reason is that inflation resulted in citizens to depend on the government when they are old because inflation caused them to spend instead of saving due to unpredictably inflation rate. The second reason is that inflation distorts price signals. When the prices of goods and services rise quickly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 75. Making A Change : Margaret Sanger Making a Change: Margaret Sanger's 1925 Speech Margaret Sanger's, The Children's Era, exudes knowledge on how contraceptives and birth–control will create a better world for the children. This paper conducts a Neo–Aristotelian analysis of Margaret Sanger's 1925 speech. It contributes to rhetorical theory by advancing knowledge of how rhetors create a consensus on the use of birth– control and contraceptives. The paper proceeds first by establishing the context of the speech, which will include the target audience of the speech and the speaker's purpose. Second, it analyzes the speech's invention, organization, style, and delivery. Third, it assesses the effects of the speech and concludes by making a contribution to rhetorical criticism. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This paper applies the Neo–Aristotelian method of criticism to evaluate Margaret Sanger's speech over The Children's Era. The Neo–Aristotelian method reconstructs the context in which the artifact occurs, contains five cannons of classical rhetoric to interpret Sanger's speech, and assesses the impact of the artifact on the audience. The five cannons focuses on the invention, the location, and the creation of certain ideas and materials. The Neo–Aristotelian method of criticism studies the affect the speech possesses towards its audience and makes a larger contribution to the rhetorical theory. ANALYSIS OF SANGER'S RHETORIC Invention Margaret Sanger's speech starts by stating that even though the twentieth century was supposed to "see the old world of ours converted into a beautiful garden of children," there has been little to no change made towards making the twenty–first century a century for the children (Sanger, 1925). At the beginning the speech Sanger utilizes the analogy between raising children and raising a garden by announcing, "You cannot have a garden, if you let the weeds overrun it." (Sanger, 1925). This analogy provides a truth on how society lacks in the success "in creating a century of children" (Sanger, 1925). The analogy allows Sanger to shape the beginning of her speech. "A garden creates images of intimate, welcoming homes where ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 77. The Handmaid's Tale By Margaret Atwood The Handmaid's Tale is one of the most prestigious books of Margaret Atwood, and many readers believe that this is a feminist novel. Also, like the author, Margaret Atwood, indicated in the preamble of the book: "If you mean a novel in which women are human beings– with all the variety of character and behavior that implies– and are also interesting and important...then yes. In this case, many books are feminist." Actually, her words were accepted by many people, the Handmaid tale is a feminist book because the book is described from the side of the women and shows the discrepancies of women, the book demonstrates how women suffer the cruel state actions of Gilead, and the book reveals a series of stereotypes on women as well. The Story of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For incidence, the commander jests about women like this: "Women can't add, he said once, jokingly. When I asked him what he meant, he said, for them one and one and one and one doesn't make four. What do they make? I said, expecting five or three. Just one and one and one and one, he said." (Atwood, 195) Although this is a joke, readers can still recognize commander's insult of intelligence on women, and this is a palpable implication about men's stereotype on women's ability in calculation. In addition, Offred as a narrative also illustrate the stereotype to some extent. "This washroom used to be for boys... I marvel again at the nakedness of men's lives: the showers right out in open the body exposed for inspection and comparison, the public display of privates...Why don't women have to privet to one another that they are women? Some form of unbuttoning, some split– crotch routine. Just as casual." (Atwood, 94)That is the inside mental activity of Offred. Those words demonstrate the people's stereotype about women that they should be more conservative than men in behavior as a social norm, and she is also resentful about the inequality between men and women in an extreme ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...