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: To collect the findings of scientists, concerning the relation of
reckless breeding to the evils of delinquency, defect and dependence.

: To derive from these scientifically ascertained facts and
figures, conclusions which may aid all public health and social agencies in the
study of problems of maternal and infant mortality, child-labor, mental and
physical defects and delinquence in relation to the practice of reckless parentage.

instruction by the Medical profession to
mothers and potential mothers in harmless and reliable methods of Birth Control in
answer to their requests for such knowledge.

of the insane and feebleminded and the encouragement of this
operation upon those afflicted with inherited or transmissible diseases, with the
understanding that sterilization does not deprive the individual of his or her sex
expression, but merely renders him incapable of producing children
: The program of education includes: The enlightenment of the public at
large, mainly through the education of leaders of thought and opinion—teachers, ministers,
editors and writers—to the moral and scientific soundness of the principles of Birth Control
and the imperative necessity of its adoption as the basis of national and racial progress.

: To enlist the support and cooperation of legal
advisers, statesmen and legislators in effecting the removal of state and federal statutes
which encourage dysgenic breeding, increase the sum total of disease, misery and poverty
and prevent the establishment of a policy of national health and strength.

: To send into the various States of the Union field workers to enlist the
support and arouse the interest of the masses, to the importance of Birth Control so that laws
may be changed and the establishment of clinics made possible in every State.

: This department aims to cooperate with similar organizations in other
countries to study Birth Control in its relations to the world population problem, food
supplies, national and racial conflicts, and to urge upon all international bodies organized to
promote world peace, the consideration of these aspects of international a