Eugenics manifesto

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Eugenics manifesto was the name given to an article supporting eugenics. This manifesto was published in the journal Nature in 1939.[1][2] This manifesto, dated September 1939, supported eugenics. The original title was Social Biology and Population Improvement.[2][3] The signatories are listed below.[4]

"The Second World War had already begun, and the authors explicitly decried antagonism between races and theories according to which certain good or bad genes are the monopoly of certain peoples."[1]

Some signatories of the manifesto [1][5][edit]

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Eugenics Manifesto > Site with this "manifesto" and its signatories. The original name of this manifesto is "Social Biology and Population Improvement".
  2. ^ a b "Social Biology and Population Improvement". Nature (144): 521–522. 16 September 1939. doi:10.1038/144521a0;.  > Nature Magazine of September, 1939, with just a small part of the article.
  3. ^ Race, Culture and Nation
  4. ^ John Nedham Galton Institute John Postgate Eugenics returns
  5. ^ Signatories