Analyze the document and make a common connection to what it says about women, gender, and power during the early twentieth century? What does this documents say about gender construction in the 1920s? What roles are assigned to women and men based upon your analysis? From the document, do you think women are equal or empowered? If so, how? If not, what are some of the issues you see with gender equality? Why do you think Sanger gave women Family Planning advice? Do you think she steps over the line with this advice? Or does she not give enough advice?