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  1. Eugenicists were also instrumental in lobbying for the passage of compulsory sterilization laws at the state level. (Web site)
  2. Eugenicists were kept informed of new developments in science through a publication the Eugenical News. (Web site)
  3. Eugenicists were prominent pioneers of birth control.

Jewish Eugenicists

  1. Anti-Semitism was offset by the presence of Jewish eugenicists as well as those who used the Jews as an exemplar of superior breeding.
  2. The rich will always stay rich while the jewish eugenicists hitler kicked out of germany in 36 will continue to practice in america.
  3. Pages in category " Jewish eugenicists " The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total.

English Eugenicists

  1. After the war, they instituted various strategies to cover up the collaboration that had existed between German, American, and English eugenicists. (Web site)
  2. English Eugenicists eliminated disabled people under the influence of Darwinian evolution theories about the survival of the fittest. (Web site)
  3. American and English eugenicists learned any lesson from the German.

Leonard Darwin

  1. Leonard Darwin was son of Charles Darwin and was a chairman of the British Eugenics Society. (Web site)
  2. Leonard Darwin was present again as a vice-president. (Web site)

Nazi Physicians

  1. Nazi physicians, ethicists, and planners had been greatly influenced by the thinking of American eugenicists, as described previously in this chapter.
  2. Aggregate of articles pertaining to Nazi physicians. (Web site)
  3. After the end of the war, a law condemning the former Nazi physicians was anticipated but never materialized.

Joseph Fletcher

  1. Joseph Fletcher laid the intellectual groundwork for liberal eugenics in 1974 when he described an alternative to reproductive roulette.
  2. Joseph Fletcher (1905-1991) was an American professor who founded the theory of situational ethics in the 1960s, and was a pioneer in the field of bioethics. (Web site)
  3. Joseph Fletcher, founder of situational ethics and a euthanasia proponent, proposed that infanticide be permitted in cases of severe birth defects.


  1. Grant was active throughout the 1920s, serving as president of both the Immigration Restriction League and the Eugenics Research Association. (Web site)
  2. Grant was a eugenicist and an advocate of the racial hygiene theory. (Web site)
  3. Grant was born in New York in 1865, just as the first of the modern white-against-white conflicts was closing. (Web site)
  4. The grant is only the first of many to be given to the racist brain institute by the Rockefeller Foundation. (Web site)
  5. Grant was a close friend of many U.S. presidents, including Theodore Roosevelt and Herbert Hoover, and also was an avid conservationist.

Margaret Sanger

  1. Margaret Sanger was a eugenicist, wanting women to assert control of their sexuality, who set up a London office with help from the Eugenics Society.
  2. Margaret Sanger was a influential proponent of eugenics, so much so that she attracted Hitler's attention. (Web site)
  3. Margaret Sanger was a life-long advocate for increasing access to birth control. (Web site)
  4. Margaret Sanger was a prominent proponent of eugenics and forced sterilization.
  5. Margaret Sanger was a racist, pure and simple. (Web site)

Madison Grant

  1. The founders of the republic on immigration, naturalization and aliens, collected for and edited by Madison Grant and Charles Stewart Davidson.
  2. Madison Grant, a director of the American Eugenics Society, was the treasurer. (Web site)
  3. Like Madison Grant, Stoddard divided the white race into three main divisions: Nordic, Alpine, and Mediterranean. (Web site)

German Eugenicists

  1. German eugenicists were particularly captivated by American practices. (Web site)

Henry Fairfield Osborn

  1. In fact, the Rockefellers supported the two key men who led the AES for much of the 20th century: Henry Fairfield Osborn and his nephew Frederick Osborn.
  2. Eugenicist leader Henry Fairfield Osborn wrote, "war is in the highest sense dysgenic rather than eugenic.
  3. Even as staunch a defender of evolution as Henry Fairfield Osborn found the notion of a close relationship between humans and the great apes unsavory. (Web site)
  4. Henry Fairfield Osborn was the president of the American Museum of Natural History from 1908 to 1933; he wrote about evolution in From the Greeks to Darwin. (Web site)

Frederick Osborn

  1. He joined the family Foundation in 1931 where he was influenced by eugenicists like Raymond Fosdick and Frederick Osborn. (Web site)
  2. In 1937, Draper joined with eugenicists Harry Laughlin and Frederick Osborn to form the Pioneer Fund (no pagination). (Web site)
  3. In the late Forties and early Fifties, Frederick Osborn was its president and also president of the American Eugenics Society.

Birth Control

  1. Birth control is commonly used as part of family planning. (Web site)
  2. Birth control is used because most couples are satisfied with having 2 children and consider their reproductive objectives fulfilled.
  3. Birth control was presented both as an economic betterment vehicle and as a health measure that could lower the incidence of infant mortality.


  1. Verschuer was a fanatical nationalist, and he advocated sterilization of the mentally unfit well before Hitler came to power. (Web site)
  2. Verschuer was a mentor for Joseph Mengele, who was keenly interested in twin research.
  3. Verschuer was a mentor for Joseph Mengele, who was keenly interested in twins research. (Web site)
  4. Verschuer was the founder and first director of the Institute for Hereditary Biology and Racial Research at Frankfurt University opened in 1934. (Web site)
  5. Verschuer was to. (Web site)

Francis Galton

  1. Francis Galton was Karl’s mentor and his best friend. (Web site)
  2. Francis Galton was Karl-s mentor and his best friend.

Planned Parenthood

  1. Planned Parenthood is a big influence on the way the national structure of abortion works. (Web site)
  2. Planned Parenthood is a voluntary agency.
  3. Planned Parenthood is also the principle lobbyist for legislation to make and keep abortion legal. (Web site)
  4. Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion provider in America. (Web site)
  5. Planned Parenthood is the largest and most well funded advocate of legalized abortions.

Roger Pearson

  1. It was headed by Robert Gayre, who published the racialist Mankind Quarterly until Roger Pearson took it over in 1978." 53. (Web site)
  2. One of the Pioneer Fund's largest current grantees is Roger Pearson, an activist and publisher who has been associated with international fascist currents. (Web site)
  3. Mankind Quarterly is a racist journal still pumping out venom in 1994, still influenced by Roger Pearson. (Web site)

Eugen Fischer

  1. Eugen Fischer ( July 5, 1874 - July 9, 1967) was a German professor of medicine, anthropology and eugenics . (Web site)
  2. In 1935 he joined the SS. In 1942 Abel was successor to Eugen Fischer for the professorship of racial biology at the University of Berlin.
  3. In it he writes that the prominent eugenicists Erwin Baur, Eugen Fischer, and Fritz Lenz all read the manuscript and made suggestions.

Irving Fisher

  1. Irving Fisher was born in upstate New York in 1867.
  2. Irving Fisher was one of America’s most celebrated economists.

Lothrop Stoddard

  1. Lothrop Stoddard was not alone in warning the West.

Julian Huxley

  1. Julian Huxley was a prominent member of the British Eugenics Society, and was Vice-President (1937-1944) and President (1959-1962).
  2. Julian Huxley was later to acknowledge that biologically distinguishing between people based on 'race' was a flawed practice.
  3. Julian Huxley was the founder of the World Wildlife Fund, a member of the Euthanasia Society, a leader in the Abortion Law Reform Association. (Web site)

Karl Pearson

  1. Karl Pearson was a major player in the early development of statistics as a serious scientific discipline in its own right.
  2. Karl Pearson was also the editor of The Annals of Eugenics from its inception, in 1925, to 1933. (Web site)
  3. Karl Pearson was born in Islington, London on March 27, 1857, the son of barrister William Pearson and Fanny, n--e Smith. (Web site)
  4. Karl Pearson was born in London on March 27, 1857 and he died at Coldharbour, Surrey on April 27, 1936. (Web site)
  5. Karl Pearson was born in London on March 27, 1857, the son of barrister William Pearson and Maria, n--e Sharpe, a relative of the poet Samuel Rogers. (Web site)

Fritz Lenz

  1. Even Fritz Lenz, who was perhaps the most influential German eugenicist during the Nazi period, spoke out against anti-Semitism.
  2. In it he writes that the prominent eugenicists Erwin Baur, Eugen Fischer, and Fritz Lenz all read the manuscript and made suggestions. (Web site)
  3. At each step of the way, Hitler had the support of eugenicists like Fritz Lenz.

Charles Galton Darwin

  1. The Advisory Council of the new journal, Mankind Quarterly, included yet another member of the Darwin family, Charles Galton Darwin. (Web site)
  2. Charles Galton Darwin made this point when he spoke on the centennial of the publication of his grandfather's great book. (Web site)
  3. The Advisory Council of the new journal, Mankind Quarterly, included von Verschuer and a member of the Darwin family, Charles Galton Darwin.

William Shockley

  1. William Shockley is a Nobel Prize winner in physics at Harvard. (Web site)
  2. William Shockley is a name that arouses more hatred and anger than any other in academia.
  3. William Shockley is a physicist. (Web site)
  4. William Shockley was a member of the NAS because he invented the transistor. (Web site)
  5. William Shockley was born in London to American parents who were in England for several years on business. (Web site)


  1. Goddard was a eugenicist, and his views on population growth and control were very similar to those of the Englishman Francis Galton (1822-1911). (Web site)
  2. Goddard was a vociferous hereditarian. (Web site)
  3. Goddard was very sweet about it, but if I had known a few German swear words, I should certainly have proceeded to use them. (Web site)

Charles Davenport

  1. Charles Davenport is a physician trapped, behind the lines, in New York. (Web site)
  2. Charles Davenport is a professor of law at Rutgers University-Newark, N.J., and a consulting editor to Tax Analysts, a public interest publisher.
  3. Charles Davenport was one of the leaders of the eugenics movement. (Web site)

Herman Lundborg

  1. Herman Lundborg, the director of the Institute of Racial Biology in Uppsala, corresponded with some prominent French eugenicists in the 1920s and 1930s.
  2. He received scientific awards from the University of Uppsala and the Swedish Institute for Race Biology, headed by Herman Lundborg.
  3. Herman Lundborg was a Swedish eugenicist and partially responsible for Sweden's eugenics program. (Web site)


  1. Popenoe was more than a researcher. (Web site)
  2. Popenoe was born in Kansas in 1888 and grew up in California, the son of a pioneer of the avocado industry. (Web site)

Paul Popenoe

  1. Author William H. Tucker also identifies Paul Popenoe as a researcher favored eugenics. (Web site)
  2. Paul Popenoe, E--S--Gosney and Harry Laughlin were persuading states to pass laws for compulsory sterilization of "feeble-minded" Americans. (Web site)
  3. Research the Foundation's projects and the work of its key eugenicists, Paul Popenoe and Edwin Gosney. (Web site)

David Starr Jordan

  1. California progressive reformer and educator David Starr Jordan declared that "poverty, dirt and crime" could be ascribed to poor human material.
  2. Stanford University president David Starr Jordan chaired the committee and Davenport was its secretary. (Web site)
  3. David Starr Jordan, best known for his pacifistic, anti-imperialistic views, found war morally abhorrent.

Cyril Burt

  1. Cyril Burt was no stranger to controversy by the end of his stint as a Psychologist. (Web site)

Wickliffe Draper

  1. Set up in the 1930s by the textile magnate Wickliffe Draper to aid the eugenics movement, it remains today the principle funding source for racist science.
  2. If Laughlin acted as the (ahem) intellectual behind the Pioneer Fund, Wickliffe Draper, his partner, wrote its blank check. (Web site)
  3. The Pioneer Fund was created by Wickliffe Draper in order to promote the betterment of the race through eugenics.

Havelock Ellis

  1. There, she had several affairs, including with the science-fiction author H. G. Wells and sexual psychologist Havelock Ellis.
  2. Some, like Sanger and the English critic Havelock Ellis, saw eugenics as a way to liberate women through its promotion of birth control. (Web site)
  3. Of all the medical experts on sex, it was Havelock Ellis that principally influenced Dickinson.

Richard Lynn

  1. Richard Lynn is a courageous scientist, unafraid to let the chips fall where they may.
  2. Richard Lynn is a professor of psychology in Northern Ireland. (Web site)

Josef Mengele

  1. Josef Mengele was a Nazi [i] German [i] SS officer [i] and a physician [i] . (Web site)
  2. Josef Mengele was a man that was twisted by Nazi ideology and notions of Aryan supremacy into a madman who was responsible for so many deaths at Auschwitz. (Web site)
  3. Josef Mengele was born on March 16, 1911, the eldest of three sons of Karl and Walburga Mengele, whose first child had been stillborn.
  4. Josef Mengele was born to the wealthiest family in Gunzburg, Bavaria.
  5. Josef Mengele was made medical commandant of Auschwitz. (Web site)

Alexander Graham Bell

  1. One of the earliest modern advocates of eugenics (before it was labeled as such) was Alexander Graham Bell.
  2. Alexander Graham Bell was educated at the Royal High School of Edinburgh, from which he graduated at the age of 13.
  3. One of the earliest modern advocates of eugenic ideas (before they were labeled as such) was Alexander Graham Bell. (Web site)
  4. Alexander Graham Bell is a Scottish-Canadian inventor, most famous as inventor of the telephone.
  5. Alexander Graham Bell is a famous american educator and inventor.

Alfred Ploetz

  1. Alfred Ploetz was born in Swinem--nde, Germany (now --winouj--cie, Poland) grew up and attended school in Breslau (now Wroc--aw). (Web site)

Werner Villinger

  1. Werner Villinger (1887-1961) was a Nazi German psychiatrist, neurologist, eugenicist and the leading physician at the Bethel Institution ("Anstalt Bethel").
  2. Dr Werner Villinger had, after the war become a world-famous psychiatrist.
  3. Werner Villinger conducted experiments with humans before ordering them to their deaths.

Robert Yerkes

  1. For example, Robert Yerkes, who previously worked on the World War I Army intelligence testing, moved to the field of primatology.
  2. During the First World War, Brigham worked at the side of Robert Yerkes, the psychologist who had sold the Army on the idea of the Alpha and Beta tests. (Web site)
  3. Robert Yerkes is most famous for his comparative psychology work with apes and chimpanzees. (Web site)

Karl Binding

  1. Die von Karl Binding aufgeworfene Frage, ob Menschen ihren Wert verlieren k--nnten, bejaht er.
  2. Es ist leicht einzusehen, dass Alfred Hoche --ber die Vorgaben seines Ko-Autors Karl Binding weit hinausgegangen ist.
  3. Karl Binding (1841-1920), a highly respected penal law expert, triggered off an avalanche. (Web site)

Ronald Fisher

  1. Stained glass window in the dining hall of Caius College, in Cambridge, commemorating Ronald Fisher and representing a Latin square.
  2. Egon Pearson-s book "Student" is an excellent documentary of the trilogy: Karl Pearson, Ronald Fisher and William Gosset.
  3. Statistical Methods for Research Workers (ISBN 0050021702) is a classic 1925 book on statistics by the statistician Ronald Fisher. (Web site)


  1. Hitler was (clearly, I hope) a racist.
  2. Hitler was a eugenicist, and for eugenic reasons he outlawed aborting Aryan babies, but encouraged aborting Slavs and Jews -- also for eugenic reasons.
  3. Hitler was a eugenicist, and he outlawed aborting Aryan babies for eugenic reasons, but encouraged aborting Slavs and Jews also for eugenic reasons. (Web site)
  4. Hitler was a leader oriented towards practical politics, whereas, for Rosenberg, religion and philosophy were key.
  5. Hitler was a leading advocate of Eugenics.

Alexis Carrel

  1. Alexis Carrel was funded by the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research just mentioned.

Alfred Hoche

  1. Alfred Hoche (psychiatrist) advocated killing the mentally ill in the 1920's.
  2. Es ist leicht einzusehen, dass Alfred Hoche --ber die Vorgaben seines Ko-Autors Karl Binding weit hinausgegangen ist.
  3. Alfred Hoche (1865-1943), Psychiater und einer der geistigen Wegbereiter der Nationalsozialisten: Behinderte galten ihm lediglich als "Ballastexistenzen".

John Glad

  1. John Glad is a brave scholar. (Web site)
  2. John Glad is an American academic who specializes in translations of Russian literature. (Web site)


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