Antonyms for eugenics

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I try so hard not to be afraid of men, for I know they are necessary to eugenics.

They may be bad for your work, but they are worse for eugenics.

It is a sin of our race that the Eugenics Office should have bred out--but they have failed.

It is here that the ideals of Eugenics may be expected to work fruitfully.

The only compulsion we can apply in eugenics is the compulsion that comes from within.

It has been said that eugenics is futile because it cannot define its end.

She so believed in eugenics, you see—a very radical, compared with Ferguson.

Persistence in setting forth the national importance of Eugenics.

To what extent has progress been a result (a) of eugenics, (b) of tradition?

It has already been gone into in detail in the article on eugenics.

WORD ORIGIN

1883, coined (along with adjective eugenic) by English scientist Francis Galton (1822-1911) on analogy of ethics, physics, etc. from Greek eugenes "well-born, of good stock, of noble race," from eu- "good" (see eu-) + genos "birth" (see genus).

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