Marie Stopes: passionate about palaeobotany

@article{FalconLang2008MarieSP,
  title={Marie Stopes: passionate about palaeobotany},
  author={H. Falcon-Lang},
  journal={Geology Today},
  year={2008},
  volume={24}
}
Marie Stopes (1880–1958) was one of the most flamboyant and influential figures of the early twentieth century. In addition to her well‐known work on birth control, she wrote a controversial sex manual for women, and produced numerous novels, plays and works of poetry. She is also remembered as a passionate advocate of eugenics, courting the architects of the Third Reich, and was identified, in some circles, as a threat to empire and country. But geology, and specifically palaeobotany, was her… 

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