february 1915

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  • Some Misconceptions of Eugenics

    "There are few questions of greater import than those relating to the forces which are moulding the innate qualities of the human race. There is no knowledge which it is more important to have widely diffused than the knowledge of the means by which our human inheritance can be improved" 

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    The Gentle Female and the Astute Statesman

    “We are so accustomed to the usual stock arguments against woman suffrage, that the replies come automatically; they are card-indexed in the brain, as it were.”

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