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Unformatted text preview: -Man intervenes to select the good trait Francis Galton – has not scruples of the idea of human evolution He believed that one’s pedigree should be scored Galton’s Anthropometric Laboratory – test color sight, strength, test a whole bunch of physical attributes “Measure how well born you were” Eugenics was really appealing, he tried to reform what people’s morality was Galton was trying to “extinguish” the inferior race and replace them with a new noble race Improving the human species Very successful movement Survival of the fittest in human population, British conquering other nations – to prove one race is “fitter” than the other People in the eugenics movement were worried about the hospital because it was allowing the weak to survive....
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- Spring '09
- good Genic- genes, economic trip Galapagos, selection Man intervenes, new noble race, island Artificial selection