The Rights of the Unborn
Benjamin O Flower Arena
Obstetrics, Human Development, Reading, Reasoning
Calls for 'a great crusade against the crass apathy which is shown by men and women to the rights of the unborn generation', and recounts how a mother who 'became engrossed in Herbert Spencer's writings' during pregnancy produced a 'child [who] reflects the mother's mental condition in a most striking manner' and is 'one of the finest reasoners I have known among children'.
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