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The problem of race betterment / by J. Ewing Mears ..

Mears, J. Ewing 1838-1918.
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1910

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Publication/Creation

Philadelphia : W. J. Dornan, 1910.

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45 pages ; 19 cm

Notes

Donated by the Howe Library of the Walter E. Fernald Development Center, Waltham, Massachusetts
The second was read before the Georgia Medical Society, March 22, 1910
The first article was published in the Boston Medical and surgical journal, October 21, 1909, the third in the Medical record, August 13, 1910

Contents

Introduction.--Asexualization as a remedial measure in the relief of certain forms of mental, moral and physical degeneration.--The problem of race betterment considered in its medical, legal and social aspects.--The value of surgical procedures in the solution of the problem of race betterment.--The law the protector of the community, and the benefactor of the defective subject.--Conclusions.--State laws

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This material has been provided by the Brandeis University Libraries, through the Medical Heritage Library. The original may be consulted at the Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department, Brandeis University.
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This material has been provided by the Brandeis University Libraries, through the Medical Heritage Library. The original may be consulted at the Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department, Brandeis University.
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