How Mankind Might be Improved. By Murder, Mutilation, or Imprisonment
Hiram A Stanley Arena Journal of Mental Science Herbert L Snow Nineteenth Century
Heredity, Darwinism, Human Species, Breeding, Eugenics, Mental Illness, Degeneration
Complains that all three articles fail to recognise that any plans to apply artificial selection to human breeding can be effected only 'by capital punishment, by surgical operation, or by perpetual imprisonment'.
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