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________. "The New Family and Racial Improvement" 5 New Family Series (Richmond: 1928) Stephan, Nancy Leys. The Hour of Eugenics: Race, Gender and Nation in Latin America (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991) Stern, Curt. "Selection and Eugenics" 110 Science 201 (1949) Stoddard, Lothrop. "In a Eugenics Court" from Out of the Darkness: Nazi Germany Today (New York: Duell, Sloan and Pierce, 1940) ________. "The New Realism of Science," Racial Realities in Europe (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1924) ________. The Rising Tide of Color: Against White World Supremacy (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1923) ________. The Revolt Against Civilization: The Menace of the Under Man (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1922) ________. "Should the Negro Be Encouraged to Cultural Equality?" 78 Forum 500 (1927) Strode, Aubrey. "Sterilization of Defectives" Virginia Law Review 296 (February 1925) Thomalla, C. "The Sterilization Law in Germany" The Scientific American 126 (September 1934) TIME . ________. "Sterilization and Heredity" TIME 73 (15 April 1957) ________. "Improving the Breed" TIME 62 (17 January 1955) ________. "Furor About Sterilization" TIME 59 (22 November 1954) ________. "Castration and the Court" TIME 51 (5 May 1952) ________. "Sterilization Cry" TIME 43 (17 December 1945) ________. "Eugenics for Democracy" TIME 34 (9 September 1940) ________. "Crime: Finishing Schools" TIME 15 (8 November 1937) ________. "Sterilization Flayed" TIME 80 (16 November 1936)
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