J Chapter Twenty PSDs

J Chapter Twenty PSDs - Chapter Twenty PSDs 20-1 1) Holmess...

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Chapter Twenty PSDs 20-1 1) Holmes’s dissent springs from a belief that “a constitution is not intended to embody a particular economic theory” and in doing so goes on to explain that the constitution is constructed for people with widely varying views, and that he agrees that a standard hour limit for required work should be set, he does not see how it could be done in one broad stroke. 20-3 1) Lincoln Steffens played the role of the public informant in terms of political reform. By getting the word out in a fashion that attracts public attention and agreement, you can feed the fire of reform. 20-6 1)The assumption made is that low intelligence and a propensity for crime are all inheritable traits. 3) The screening process does not respect an inmates human rights, but rather treats them like cattle going off to market, examining them for specific qualities. 4) The legislation seems to be intended to control the procreation of inheritly idiotic people, thereby as stated in the preamble controlling crime and also the Eugenics would claim purifying
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course HISTORY 201 taught by Professor Nokes during the Spring '11 term at BYU.

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J Chapter Twenty PSDs - Chapter Twenty PSDs 20-1 1) Holmess...

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