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While the victims of eugenics were generally poor, that wasn’t always the case.

The state passed a law in July to provide reparations for these women and the several hundred people sterilized during the eugenics era who are still living.

Later, eugenics and even ESP were for a time taken seriously by some “modern” scientists.

She operated at a time when eugenic arguments were very much in vogue, harnessed by both sides of the birth-control debate.

Mating determined by unconscious psychological motives instead of eugenic considerations.

Medicine and surgery—well, there's a huge program of compulsory sterilization, and another one of eugenic marriage-control.

Without love, all the efforts of all the Eugenic Societies on earth will accomplish little, however well-meant their efforts.

There was no ideal of sex-equality, and therefore Love was regarded as the least important requisite in Eugenic marriage.

There yet remains the eugenic inducement and, I believe, a personal one!


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to eugenic, such as: ancestral, hereditary, historical, abiogenetic, digenetic, and genesiological.

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