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30 review for Killer Angel: A Short Biography of Planned Parenthood's Founder, Margaret Sanger

  1. 5 out of 5

    Reader

    Informative book on the founder of Planned Parenthood. Important information.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Natalie Weber

    This account of the life of Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, has eclipsed numerous books to become one of the most enlightening books I’ve ever read. Having heard bits and pieces over the years about the abortion industry and its underlying philosophies, I was nevertheless unaware of the extent of the depraved views that undergirded the drive for birth control, abortion, sterilization, and other monstrosities that are now so eagerly embraced in our society. What’s more, the Christ This account of the life of Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, has eclipsed numerous books to become one of the most enlightening books I’ve ever read. Having heard bits and pieces over the years about the abortion industry and its underlying philosophies, I was nevertheless unaware of the extent of the depraved views that undergirded the drive for birth control, abortion, sterilization, and other monstrosities that are now so eagerly embraced in our society. What’s more, the Christian community as a whole has played right into the evil intentions of eugenicists who sought to undermine the power of Christianity through their heinous practices. Every Christian should read this book and do some serious soul-searching and Scripture-studying to realign our cultural practices with the ways of God.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jo

    Very Helpful to understand Sanger's thought and history. I did not realize that Sanger was an extreme racist and her family planning was targeted towards minorities to get rid of them. I am passing this on to a friend. Very Helpful to understand Sanger's thought and history. I did not realize that Sanger was an extreme racist and her family planning was targeted towards minorities to get rid of them. I am passing this on to a friend.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Greyweather

    Some readers might refuse to credit the book because of its Christian perspective, but as Killer Angel is based upon Sanger's own writings, as well the writings of her peers and mentors, someone with any sense of ethics will find the evidence disturbing, if not outright damning. Some readers might refuse to credit the book because of its Christian perspective, but as Killer Angel is based upon Sanger's own writings, as well the writings of her peers and mentors, someone with any sense of ethics will find the evidence disturbing, if not outright damning.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jerry

    A superb narrative in one hundred pages of the woman who embraced the evils of racism, eugenics and sexual immorality which then resulted in her quest for abortion on demand. Everyone should know about her "Negro Project" concerned with "The mass of Negroes, particularly in the South, still breed[ing] carelessly and disastrously, with the result that the increase among Negroes, even more than among Whites, is from that portion of the population least intelligent and fit" (p. 86). This is a timel A superb narrative in one hundred pages of the woman who embraced the evils of racism, eugenics and sexual immorality which then resulted in her quest for abortion on demand. Everyone should know about her "Negro Project" concerned with "The mass of Negroes, particularly in the South, still breed[ing] carelessly and disastrously, with the result that the increase among Negroes, even more than among Whites, is from that portion of the population least intelligent and fit" (p. 86). This is a timely read not just because of the recent work of the Center for Medical Progress exposing the horrors of Planned Parenthood, but because Hilary Clinton openly admires Sanger and has received the Margaret Sanger Award.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    Very good, though sad, book. Shocking, but certainly something that should be known. Of course there's quite a bit of mature content to this, but none of it goes into details of the acts themselves. Very good, though sad, book. Shocking, but certainly something that should be known. Of course there's quite a bit of mature content to this, but none of it goes into details of the acts themselves.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Five stars, although it totally upset and aggravated me. Five stars, given for the truth it unearths. This woman was evil.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jimmy

    This book was written by George Grant, a Christian author who has also written on other works dealing with abortion and the history of abortion. This particular work focuses on the biography of Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood which today is one of the largest provider of abortion. It's not just a biography--it goes into the ideology that drove Sanger, and readers would be shock by her eugenics and social Darwinian worldview. Her worldview also shows itself also in her personal This book was written by George Grant, a Christian author who has also written on other works dealing with abortion and the history of abortion. This particular work focuses on the biography of Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood which today is one of the largest provider of abortion. It's not just a biography--it goes into the ideology that drove Sanger, and readers would be shock by her eugenics and social Darwinian worldview. Her worldview also shows itself also in her personal life. I appreciated Grant's research into Sanger's own writings and the writings of her friends and associates who worked with her. This book documents Sanger's racist view and agenda in population control.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kimberley Keele

    Very interesting. I have no opinions on abortion - but now I have opinions on Planned Parenthood. What a sick and twisted legacy of a sick and twisted woman.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa

    This book was a total eye-opener. Short read, only takes a day or two to get through. Great for a short plane ride, too.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Very well written. Sad book of how we have progressed as human beings because of this woman.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Tim

    I got a (poorly bound) copy of this for less than $3.00 from Christian Liberty Press - give that a look! As to the book, it's written in pleasing (if occasionally highfalutin) prose. I know plenty of authors that like to drop two-bit words, but I don't know that I've ever read one that footnotes his own two-bitters with definitions! That makes the books a feel a bit pretentious. One further negative is that the style of the last four chapters of the book was less pleasing; these chapters read mor I got a (poorly bound) copy of this for less than $3.00 from Christian Liberty Press - give that a look! As to the book, it's written in pleasing (if occasionally highfalutin) prose. I know plenty of authors that like to drop two-bit words, but I don't know that I've ever read one that footnotes his own two-bitters with definitions! That makes the books a feel a bit pretentious. One further negative is that the style of the last four chapters of the book was less pleasing; these chapters read more like a list of information. For these two reasons, I gave the book four stars. On the positive side, Grant's style is quite engaging. He kept the book short and punchy. Grant shows his wisdom in producing a very thin volume on Sanger's life and work. He adequately shows that Margaret Sanger is one of the great monsters of the 20th Century, and that she deserves to be loathed right along side of the other, more despised fiends of the last century. Grant demonstrates that, from her radical social/political roots, Sanger was well-connected to the European eugenicists of the early 20th Century. Planned Parenthood has tried to expunge her genocidal racism (at least the verbiage of it). To some degree they've succeeded, too, as Sanger is often hailed as Leftist saint, the embodiment of help to the poor, the down-trodden and minorities. But Grant observes that, if she wrote now what she wrote in the 1920s, she's be crucified as an out-and-out racist, which she certainly was. Since, however, her views were backed by the *reverent pause* "Science" of her day, her racial views scarcely raised an eyebrow. Truth is, though, that her blood-thirsty, genocidal descendants (read: Planned Parenthood) are embarrassed by her terminology. That, however, is where the embarrassment ends. Planned Parenthood still carries on the support for the mass murder of minority and disenfranchised segments of society around the world. Sanger would've had it no other way. She was a wonderful woman.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    This is a rather hard book to rate. It is well written and, thankfully, brief. Despite being brief, it wasn't a pleasant book to read. For that reason, I'm thankful the author kept it brief. I ended on a four star rating because I believe it is important for those in the fight for life to know the back story of the founder of one of our society's most important sacred cows, Planned Parenthood. This is a rather hard book to rate. It is well written and, thankfully, brief. Despite being brief, it wasn't a pleasant book to read. For that reason, I'm thankful the author kept it brief. I ended on a four star rating because I believe it is important for those in the fight for life to know the back story of the founder of one of our society's most important sacred cows, Planned Parenthood.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    A short account of the founder of Planned Parenthood and the nascent pro- abortion movement. It was founded in eugenics and racism, by a radical socialist and sexual revolutionary.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jason Farley

    Excellent Bio.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Eric Keel

    An infuriating read, but a necessary read. Hitler and Stalin can only look up to their mentor, Margaret Sanger.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Anna Marie

    Although I’ve given this 5 stars, I will warn you that I didn’t actually enjoy reading this book. The content, though engaging, was shocking and hard to hear. That’s usually the case with hard truths. However, just because something is hard to hear, doesn’t mean it should be swept under the rug. That’s why I would recommend this book. Everyone should know the origins of one of largest abortion providers in America and world wide. Stooped in eugenics, racism, and greed, with some research you wil Although I’ve given this 5 stars, I will warn you that I didn’t actually enjoy reading this book. The content, though engaging, was shocking and hard to hear. That’s usually the case with hard truths. However, just because something is hard to hear, doesn’t mean it should be swept under the rug. That’s why I would recommend this book. Everyone should know the origins of one of largest abortion providers in America and world wide. Stooped in eugenics, racism, and greed, with some research you will find that it doesn’t look much different today. From this short read you’ll learn about Margaret Sanger, Hitler, socialism, feminism, abortion, and the effects history has on the present.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Brian

    Skimmed it; only helpful if you got a sanitized liberal version, which cuts out all her affairs or downplays them, as Baker's biography does. Grant is one of the good guys, but the book is not that well researched and the fact that he doesn't address some of the thornier questions about her racism is telling. So, while I think he's right about Sanger as a human being, I don't think this is the way Christians should do history. There are real heroes and villains out there, and there's a time and Skimmed it; only helpful if you got a sanitized liberal version, which cuts out all her affairs or downplays them, as Baker's biography does. Grant is one of the good guys, but the book is not that well researched and the fact that he doesn't address some of the thornier questions about her racism is telling. So, while I think he's right about Sanger as a human being, I don't think this is the way Christians should do history. There are real heroes and villains out there, and there's a time and place for that, but this is not a book for kids, so it needed to have more balance.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Easing and quick read about Margaret Sanger';s life without any sugarcoating but he should have backed up what he was saying better with quotes from Sanger's writing. He doesn't back up what he says enough with actual material, which hurts his credibility. Easing and quick read about Margaret Sanger';s life without any sugarcoating but he should have backed up what he was saying better with quotes from Sanger's writing. He doesn't back up what he says enough with actual material, which hurts his credibility.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Julia

    Very informative book. I appreciate that there is a listing of places to research the statements Grant made about this woman. I know it is an unpopular book, an unpopular stance and many people will not even believe there is truth in it. But I have no doubt of the books verity.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Fishface

    Startling! This is a side of Margaret Sanger I never expected to hear about. Several sides, actually.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    I read this as part of my biology course. Interesting bio told from a Christian perspective.

  23. 4 out of 5

    John

    Eye opening

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mita

    Dr. Grant's "Killer Angel" is an essential book for the pro-life, abortion abolitionists bookshelf. To know more about an organization, one must study it's founder. This book is chock full with plenty of historical background on the woman who pioneered the birth control movement which then spawned one of the most effective and insidious 'population control' organizations known to man - one where future and current customers are conditioned in the public education system to turn to for their info Dr. Grant's "Killer Angel" is an essential book for the pro-life, abortion abolitionists bookshelf. To know more about an organization, one must study it's founder. This book is chock full with plenty of historical background on the woman who pioneered the birth control movement which then spawned one of the most effective and insidious 'population control' organizations known to man - one where future and current customers are conditioned in the public education system to turn to for their information about human sexuality and reproduction, and where all the victims are escorted in utero by their own willing mothers. (This review is for the 1995 edition, which I'm assuming is basically the same as this edition.)

  25. 5 out of 5

    Elysse AKA EILIS Heller

    MARGARET SANGER IS A HERO!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Susan

  27. 5 out of 5

    Brian

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alex Houston

  29. 5 out of 5

    David Bowen

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ben House

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