In breeding contempt mark largent revisits the history of forced sterilization in the us from its inception in the mid nineteenth century into the twenty first. Most closely associated with the nazis and world war ii atrocities eugenics is sometimes described as a government orchestrated breeding program other times as a pseudo science and often as the first step leading to genocide less frequently it is recognized as a movement having links to the united states but eugenics does have a history in . Breeding contempt the history of coerced sterilization in the united states mark a largent on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers most closely associated with the nazis and world war ii atrocities eugenics is sometimes described as a government orchestrated breeding program. By the turn of the twentieth century physicians biologists and social scientists championed the cause and lawmakers in two thirds of the united states enacted laws that required the sterilization of various criminals mental health patients epileptics and syphilitics the movement lasted well into the latter half of the century and . Breeding contempt is probably one of the most comprehensive monographs on americas long dark experiment with coercive sterilization largent traces the idea from its origins from haphazard attempts by doctors to improve the public welfare by eliminating moral and sexual deviants to its progressive era heyday as the cutting edge
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