This is a Question and Answer site, not a discussion forum. As such, every Answer should correspond directly to the Question on the page. In this, case the Question is:
Did a Planned Parenthood vice president write a memo discussing population control methods (fertility reduction)?
Obviously, we're looking for more than a Yes / No answer, and while that primarily means backing up the answer with evidence, it can also include additional context, or an outright frame challenge.
However, most of your answer currently appears to be addressing completely separate aspects of the story of this memo, such as:
- What was Jaffe's motivation for writing the memo?
- Was Jaffe honest in his comments during and after writing the memo?
- Has the memo been suppressed?
- Has the Guttmacher Institute distanced itself from Frederick Jaffe?
Some of those questions would be out-right off-topic on this site, and none of them are asked on this page.
There is also a definite feel of trying to find evidence to back up your assumptions, rather than examining the evidence and documenting conclusions. For instance, you bring in a statistic about declining fertility rates and claim that this "contradicts" Jaffe's concerns over "continued U.S. population growth". You could instead have picked a more direct measure from the same source - U.S. population growth in 1969, which was around 1% per annum - and concluded that his concerns were justified.
Finally, there is still a feel that you are trying to hint at some hidden conspiracy linking your points. So what if Jaffe was wrong to be concerned about population growth? So what if the Guttmacher Institute no longer hosts a copy of the memo? You never draw any conclusion from this, citing it as "context" ... but context for what?