Review of Reviews,  3 (1891), 253.

Compulsory Childlessness. A Curious Plea by a Doctor of Divinity




Publications abstracted:

H S Pomeroy Andover Review


Eugenics, Population, Heredity, Sex, Darwinism

    Suggests that the insistence that the state should 'enforce compulsory childlessness upon all criminals, paupers, and victims of heredity disease' ignores the fact that 'the children of the well-regulated family have double the chance of surviving and ultimately becoming parents themselves possessed by the children of the morally and physically unfit (253).

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