ID# 1734:
Tenement dwellers, "How can they be helped?" Eugenics: A Journal of Race Betterment (vol II:8)
Date:
1929
Pages: 1 of 1
Source:
Cold Spring Harbor, ERO, Eugenics, Miscellaneous Copies
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Tenement dwellers, &quote;How can they be helped?&quote;  Eugenics: A Journal of Race Betterment (vol II:8)

94 Eugenics [photo of laundry hanging from tenement, two-thirds page deep] [photo credit]Wide World Photo [photo caption]How Can They Be Helped? Dr. Lorimer says: "I came to realize that I was conducting a retail redemption in the midst of wholesale damnation....I became convinced that there is no single line of human progress, but that among the very basic factors in degeneracy and progress are trends in population....I do not see how any thoughtful social worker can fail to sense the urgency of eugenics...." [end]

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