Fewer and Better Babies, Or, the Limitation of Offspring by the Prevention of Conception : The Enormous Benefits of the Practice to the Individual, Society and the Race, Pointed out and all Objections Answered

By: Robinson, William J.

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255 pages; 12mo (7.5") 19 cm; Hardcover, dark red cloth, gilt lettering, 247 + 8 pages, footnotes, a few lists and tables. Appendix of brief articles by other writers including Clara Gruening Stillman, James Ferdinand Morton Jr, Dr. Leo Jacobi, Edwin C. Walker. ; An early book arguing in favor of eugenics, or the betterment of human life by careful breeding and other techniques, some racist. Written by MD expert in sexual diseases. ; 9th edition, 1916, stated. Introduction by A. Jacobi, ex-president, American Medical Association. Topics include: The spectre of too many children. Race suicide. Benefits of prevention of conception. Laws against imparting information on prevention of conception. Arguments against eugenics dispelled. Much more. ; Book shows only a touch of shelfwear. No marks, no dings, no major defects. Heel of book states The Critic & Guide Co, author's own company. Title page has Race Betterment League pasted over original publisher name, as issued.

Title: Fewer and Better Babies, Or, the Limitation of Offspring by the Prevention of Conception : The Enormous Benefits of the Practice to the Individual, Society and the Race, Pointed out and all Objections Answered

Author Name: Robinson, William J.

Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit,

Edition: Ninth Edition

Publisher: Race Betterment League: 1916

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 16750

Keywords: Eugenics ; Birth Control ; Family Planning ; Contraception ; Racism ; Controversial Issues ; Medicine ; Medical ; Sex ; Sexuality ; Image ;,